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Old 12-05-2005
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what progran to edit home movies

I just bought a sony handy cam dvd recorder what progran do you use to edit add music and splice then burn my own dvds. N3ELZ? or any one
also hpw do you make custom labels
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alot of people use windows movie maker.
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Do NOT use Windows Movie Maker for making DVD's -- the quality is terrible.

I use Womble MPEG Video Wizard. You can get it http://www.womble.com

I use a freeware program for creating DVD's, and Nero (the "free" OEM version will work) for burning DVD's.

If you like, I can come down and help you get set up. You can download a 30 day, fully operational trial of the Womble software from their site. Then I can show you how to use it. It's operation is a lot like the Windows Movie Maker editor (actually, all of them work similarly).

But that's the combination I used to make the movies I gave you, Earl.
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sound like a good idea neil i need to set up my navigation computer also. And we need to talk about my dana 44 from an early bronco. Mabe i can make it up there some day. or if you want to come down this way i can throw some deer and muskrat on the stove. Or mabe some of my dad's grain feed beef if you dont like muskrat

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pinnacle (spl) i have heard is a really good program but I haven't used it yet
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sound like a good idea neil i need to set up my navigation computer also. And we need to talk about my dana 44 from an early bronco. Mabe i can make it up there some day. or if you want to come down this way i can throw some deer and muskrat on the stove. Or mabe some of my dad's grain feed beef if you dont like muskrat
Your choice. What's up between Christmas and New years? Are you guys shut down or working? I have the Monday, Wednesday and Friday off between those dates if you want to come up here, or I can put everything on the laptop and bring it down there.

I used to trap muskrat but I never ate it. Don't tell me it tastes like chicken, lol. I'll try it, why not?

No intestines though, lol. When I was about 9, I was skinning my first 'rat and I cut too deep between the back legs and tail. As I pulled the pelt down ('rat hanging upside down by tail) the abdomen ripped open and the intestines popped out right into my face, lol...I threw up...hey, I was 9...
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sound like a good idea neil i need to set up my navigation computer also. And we need to talk about my dana 44 from an early bronco. Mabe i can make it up there some day. or if you want to come down this way i can throw some deer and muskrat on the stove. Or mabe some of my dad's grain feed beef if you dont like muskrat

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And, windows movie maker , with the upgrade, or second edition is alot better. Let me know if you don have it, i can upload it to my site.
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lol! He sees n3elz and calls me "neil" -- s'okay, for a long time I called Djaye "Dave" because I kept seeing it as that...and even when I knew better I called him that to tick him off...and he just called me a ******...
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if u want to dish the money over, go with Avid, i use it at skool, kicks @$$, really expensive tho and u need a fast comp to run it
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Windows movie maker that comes with SP2 is still not going to give you great results in ANY output type, even in the "SP2" version. Believe me, I tried it and it's not up to the task of making DVD quality movies.
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[QUOTE=n3elz]

I used to trap muskrat but I never ate it. Don't tell me it tastes like chicken, lol. I'll try it, why not?

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nope tastes like muskrat sorry but there is no describing it. other than good.

i will let you know as soon as i do they have not told me what i am working yet.
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Neil?


And, windows movie maker , with the upgrade, or second edition is alot better. Let me know if you don have it, i can upload it to my site.

There is a 2nd edition? Hummm I need it and I use windows movie maker and it is simple and works fine for me.
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i use a program called Pinnacle Hollywood FX. its a great program
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