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spotmeter

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Editing videos shot on Casio EX-F1
« on: December 04, 2009, 09:56:49 AM »

I have some high speed (300fps) videos that I shot on my Casio EX-F1 and want to edit them with freeze frame and graphic overlays and add narration.

What video editing software do you recommend for this?

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Editing videos shot on Casio EX-F1
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2009, 09:59:32 AM »

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I have some high speed (300fps) videos that I shot on my Casio EX-F1 and want to edit them with freeze frame and graphic overlays and add narration.

What video editing software do you recommend for this?

Thanks.

Forgot to mention that I prefer the Mac, although I also have a PC.

Thanks.

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Editing videos shot on Casio EX-F1
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2009, 04:32:50 AM »

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I have some high speed (300fps) videos that I shot on my Casio EX-F1 and want to edit them with freeze frame and graphic overlays and add narration.

What video editing software do you recommend for this?

Thanks.

I dont know the camera but I guess Final Cut Pro and MpegStreamClip

Take your 'raw footage'

Make it into ProRes format using MSC

Make into slow motion by conforming to 25 or 30 FPS using Cinema Tools (part of FCP)

Import into FPC

Edit, add overlays, sound

Export as H264 for delivery

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