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Re: [ProgSoc] Video Editing
On Thu, Mar 18, 1999 at 10:33:13AM +1100, email@example.com wrote:
> Quoting Marek Winiarski <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Is there a software that can be used to edit video movies
> There's a whole range of software that can do this, I'll go through
> the extremes.
[premiere (sp??) and qt stuff deleted]
> Satori FilmFX is a rotoscoper, think photoshop but with animation
> facilities. You only really work on one piece of film at a time,
> but you can paint directly onto each frame, do filters, blah blah,
> all with layers, and all strokes you do are stored as objects that
> can be edited later. Costs around 700 bucks, but if you hurry, you
> can score it for $75US direct from www.satoripaint.com.
there is a modified version of "The GIMP" (www.gimp.org) that is under
devlopment that will allow you to edit high res video (at like 4M per
fram type resolution). i unfortunately cant rememebr the name of the
project, but i did find a link to it from the gimp homepage
(somewhere). this would probably be available for a very low cost and
on a variety of platforms and hardware.
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