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    Smith's Avatar Since 1989.. BT Rep: +1
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    hi,

    ive been using fraps to caputre some video for a game.

    if you dont know already fraps is a video recording program for games, its good because u can record video and sound.

    the only problem is is that it saves files in mpeg format.

    i need a video editing program that is easy to use, so that i can add music, combine files, and add text and pictures

    and if possible is able to save in avi format.

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    I use Adobe Premiere its not the easiest program but it works

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    I think it's called, Camista, or something like that, Google it.



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    Originally posted by [-Crono-]@13 July 2004 - 20:33
    I think it's called, Camista, or something like that, Google it.
    Do you mean Camtasia?

    If so it won't do all that. The only program I can think of that comes close is streambox but I don't think it will handle everything needed.

    Try Ike's suggestion, I certainly can't think of an easier way.
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    You could use Sonic Vegas, it is very easy to use and i think it's around 50 mb.

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    I'd go with Cyberlink PowerDirector 3.

    You can add picture in picture, music, voice over, text effects, pictures, transitions and it is very newbie friendly.

    You can save the file as a divx (.avi) , mpg1, mpg2, or burn straight to cd/dvd.

    Should only take 15 minuets to learn all the features.
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