I am new here as well as new to edit any movie...
I had some videos (marriage videos) captured by Samsung Galaxy Note N 7000, videos were in 46 clips having size more than 8 GB with 88 mints of duration (so much heavy size).... i tried to edit the movie in Ulead Video Studio 11 but the files were not supported...than i converted the clips with any video converter in MPG format....but there size was not reduced which i was thinking and it came over 5 GB.... than i have edited it with Ulead by using some effects, music and images etc. Ulead have created the movie into 2-clips, 1st one 3.99G and 2nd 1.07GB...now the main questions that i want to ask are born...
1.. how can i reduce the size of clips (it may be under 1 GB) without disturbing the result...
2.. How i can create dual audio of the same movie (first is original voice and 2nd should be music)
i want to know complete process with step by step...
may some kind person could guide me as well as other new comers who wished to do make dual audio movie....
I shall be thankful....
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Its record in 720 or 1080p??
If boths, get AVS VIDEO EDITOR 6, load all files, edit if you desire (included dual audio),click PRODUCE, choose FILE, MKV, 720p/1080p, H264, Mp2/ 4 Audio,profile 4.1, 6000 bitrate, Npass.
Its produce nice quality over mpeg and small size.
Our inventions are wont to be pretty toys, which distract our attention from serious things. They are but improved means to an unimproved end. -- Henry David Thoreau
You can't get something from nothing. Period. You can only give & take, making compromises. No details necessary. Hopefully, you will be willing to live with the compromised quality (who knows, it may be unnoticeable to you).
The phone video must have been shot in HD (maybe 720p), right? And you want to make a DVD, right?
DVD is 1/4 the resolution of 720p, so you should have changed the resolution to 720X480 in the very beginning. That would have produced a very nice result at around 2Gig.
Then you could proceed with editing, and authoring.
Mpeg2 does support HD, but DVD players do not. So if this is the problem, you may still be able to do the resize using AviDemux, with a good result.
It all depends on what you have so far.
Last edited by budwzr; 4th Jan 2013 at 12:18.