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So how do you make a clip with sound?

trickson

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I see it all the time yet I still do not know how to do it. I have movie files and media files how do I make "Clips" from various parts I like? I have windows movie maker 2.6 and I can get the video just no audio from the thing!
 
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I use virtualdub its free. Its kinda old so there are probably better ways
 
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If you only wish to cut out parts you wish to omit and/or transcode, Avidemux might be worth a try. I do not now whether you will find it easy or not, that is subjective and therefore hard to assess for me.

If you wish to do things like adding titles etc. I cannot give any recommendation of (free) programs for Windows.
 
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Sony Vegas Pro

Download the demo and see if you like it, then buy it.
 
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Use VLC

  1. Open VLC and go to "View" and check "Advanced Controls"


  2. You will see the Advanced Controls on the bottom left in VLC. It has "Record", "Snapshot", "loop" and "Frame by Frame". Use "Frame by Frame" to select where you want to begin.


  3. Once you've found where you want to begin, then press "Record" and then play. When you are done recording, press "Record" again to stop. VLC places the video/clip in your "My Videos" library.

 

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Use VLC

  1. Open VLC and go to "View" and check "Advanced Controls"

    http://img.techpowerup.org/130417/1.jpg
  2. You will see the Advanced Controls on the bottom left in VLC. It has "Record", "Snapshot", "loop" and "Frame by Frame". Use "Frame by Frame" to select where you want to begin.

    http://img.techpowerup.org/130417/2.5.jpg
  3. Once you've found where you want to begin, then press "Record" and then play. When you are done recording, press "Record" again to stop. VLC places the video/clip in your "My Videos" library.

    http://img.techpowerup.org/130417/3.5.jpg
Crap I completely did not know VLC could do this. I will check it out today! Thank you! :respect:
 
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You could also try a trial version of Sony Movie Studio or Corel
 

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Use VLC

  1. Open VLC and go to "View" and check "Advanced Controls"

    http://img.techpowerup.org/130417/1.jpg
  2. You will see the Advanced Controls on the bottom left in VLC. It has "Record", "Snapshot", "loop" and "Frame by Frame". Use "Frame by Frame" to select where you want to begin.

    http://img.techpowerup.org/130417/2.5.jpg
  3. Once you've found where you want to begin, then press "Record" and then play. When you are done recording, press "Record" again to stop. VLC places the video/clip in your "My Videos" library.

    http://img.techpowerup.org/130417/3.5.jpg
Sweet now that worker! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9WMQyaKUwo&feature=share&list=FLlBZ19q477sfCg9pLU2aTtg Now how do I run it in a loop that repeats continuously?