I would like to ask what software do you guys use for editing your chase videos, or any video?
Originally posted by John Diel
Pinnacle Studio 9.
Originally posted by Andy Wehrle+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Andy Wehrle)</div><!--QuoteBegin-John DielPinnacle Studio 9.
In my experience, Pinnacle Studio 9 is a VERY cantakerous, buggy program that is hit-or-miss as to whether or not it will work. 8 months and 2 patch downloads after first installing it on my 3 GHz P4, 512 MB/RAM HP notebook, I still cannot burn DVDs without some sort of foul-up. Either the chapters will be placed on the disk out of order, the audio and video will be out of sync with each other when the DVD is played back, or the program will hang up during rendering. I would not recommend Pinnacle to anyone.[/b]
I have used pinnacle studio version 8 for two years now and it has worked great for capturing, editing, and producing output in .avi, normal mpeg-1, and streaming video (wmv or rm). However, if you wish to burn to DVD, I strongly suggest TMPGEnc, both the mpeg-2 encoder AND the DVD authoring software. I used the pinnacle/tmpgenc combo with very little flaw.
Originally posted by Colin P.McIntyre
In the last year i burned seven DVDs on my computer.I started using
Pinnicle Studio9,,but ran into a snag.My burner only burns DVD+RW-R.
Pinnicle would only work with DVD-RW-R,,,Program on the shelf.
Originally posted by Kurt Hulst
Can pinnacle convert a movie in to a timelapse. If not what other programs can you find that do?
Originally posted by Andrew Booth
Since no one has answered your post yet, I'll take a stab.
I don't do video editing, but I have heard a few applications mentioned to me the times I had asked. I only have one recommendation for PC's since I don't use them much anymore. Links are below
PC Video Editing
Mac Video Editing
http://www.apple.com/productionsuite/ (The WHOLE Kit-and-kaboodle (sp?))
http://www.apple.com/ilife/imovie/ (Must Purchase Entire iLife '05 Suite)
I wish I knew more PC editing programs, because I'm sure that's what you are using. But who knows, maybe Apple's Pro Software line will entice a few more away from the \"dark side\"