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Editing .mov files?

Post by Storm on Sun Oct 17, 2010 9:26 am

So I have recorded this HD clip on my iPhone and I want to trim it a little because of the length. I have tried like everything to edit it without losing quality but it just doesn't work. I have even downloaded an app that would do the trick but when I render it it turns into mono sound WTF so I'm quite frustrated now. Fuck the .mov format! All I want to do is trim it, but without losing any quality (I don't want to convert it to .avi) Can it be so hard? If I had a mac it would be easy but I'm a PC-user so I can't import it to any (free) editing software.

Vegard, I need your superpowers here

EDIT - I just realised that I have used the word 'iPhone' a lot lately Very Happy I will stop this lol

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Re: Editing .mov files?

Post by Boomlala on Sun Oct 17, 2010 12:18 pm

Reencode it using Windows Movie Maker into WMV. Quality loss should be minimal.

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Post by Storm on Sun Oct 17, 2010 12:32 pm

Actually, all I had to do was to upload it to Youtube. Apparently you can edit the video on Youtube now. Talk about wasting my time. I'm locking this.

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Re: Editing .mov files?

Post by Xavior on Sun Oct 17, 2010 3:32 pm

If you have an ATi/AMD graphics card from x1000 and to day you can convert most videos with their Avivo Video Converter. Really good software, otherwise the adobe pack is awesome.

I recommend encoding with h.264 placed in a .mp4 container. with right settings you can get lossless video & minimal space requirement.
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