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#1 bRIX

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Posted 05 April 2006 - 08:47 PM

ei guys anong software ba pwede mag join ng mga vid clips? thanks

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Posted 06 April 2006 - 02:07 AM

The software that can do the job would include: Adobe Premerie 6.0, 6.5, Adobe Premire Pro 1.0, 1.5, 2.5, Vegas 5.0, 6.0, Pinnacle Liquid Edition 6, 7. These software should be able to import all the video clips which can just put together into a timeline, and export/render it out as a single video file in many formats (AVI, MPeg1, MPeg2, DivX, MPeg4, Quicktime, Real).

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Posted 06 April 2006 - 09:17 AM

ei guys anong software ba pwede mag join ng mga vid clips? thanks

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You can try All Video Joiner by Zealot All Video Joiner

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All Video Converter is a small and effective solution for video file conversion. It supports: AVI to MPEG1, MPEG2, DVD, VCD, and SVCD; and all media formats to DivX (MPEG4) and AVI,PAL-to-NTSC conversion and vice versa are also included, You can change the codec/System type between them including PAL<=> NTSC, Divx <==> cinpeak,as well as support for streaming media (WMV/ASF). An easy-to-use interface allows you to enjoy working with video files without frequently consulting reference materials.

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Posted 06 April 2006 - 10:38 PM

ako i'm using ulead videostudio, easy to use. you can also try blaze media pro. naka download ako nito from limewire. may kasama na rin syang audio editor.

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Posted 21 April 2006 - 02:16 AM

If you're using it for a simple project, you can find many tools at www.videohelp.com

If you want to go pro, I recommend using Adobe's video editing products (Premiere Pro, After Effects)

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Posted 22 April 2006 - 06:04 PM

for example, meron ako gustong i-cut na clip from a VCD, how do i do it? what software should i use?

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Posted 10 June 2006 - 10:27 PM

Guys, just need some feedback....

I have heard na pwede daw pa-convert yung DVD-ROM ng laptops to DVD-RW. Saan ba may gumagawa nito? Ndi ba sya nakakasira ng DVD drive or nababawasan b ang functionality nya (like kung detectable sya ng laptop during start-up, kung convert ba sya s DVD-RW eh ma-dedetect p din b sya?). If ok nmn sya, can you recommend some shops that do this?

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Posted 11 June 2006 - 12:28 PM

Guys, just need some feedback....

  I have heard na pwede daw pa-convert yung DVD-ROM ng laptops to DVD-RW. Saan ba may gumagawa nito? Ndi ba sya nakakasira ng DVD drive or nababawasan b ang functionality nya (like kung detectable sya ng laptop during start-up, kung convert ba sya s DVD-RW eh ma-dedetect p din b sya?). If ok nmn sya, can you recommend some shops that do this?

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This isn't a very easy thing to do. Optical drives for laptops don't follow the same standardization you see on desktop PCs, meaning you can't swap optical drives between two different laptops of different makes/models. I'm not sure where to look for what you need in Manila but I normally go to eBay to find hard to get computer parts. You'll need to find yourself a DVDRW drive that works with your exact laptop model, maybe contact the manufacturer.

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Posted 11 June 2006 - 05:00 PM

i heard from a friend na he was able to convert his DVD-ROM drive to DVD-RW somewhere in cubao. I was also informed by a computer shop that they can convert this but i'm not sure if its safe or not. did anyone already try this?

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Posted 13 June 2006 - 03:01 PM

i heard from a friend na he was able to convert his DVD-ROM drive to DVD-RW somewhere in cubao. I was also informed by a computer shop that they can convert this but i'm not sure if its safe or not. did anyone already try this?

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Sa www.openpinoy.com Mga 3,000 pesos. Basically papalitan yung loob but you can keep the old drive. Sa may ortigas/santolan yung shop nila.

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Posted 13 June 2006 - 05:09 PM

Sa www.openpinoy.com Mga 3,000 pesos. Basically papalitan yung loob but you can keep the old drive. Sa may ortigas/santolan yung shop nila.

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pero will it affect the performance of the unit? ndi ba sirain pg minodify na? also, lahat ba ng DVD-ROM eh pwede convert to DVD-RW or may specific requirement para ma-modify? :unsure:

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Posted 13 June 2006 - 11:03 PM

Walang imomodify basically mga cd drive ng laptop tatanggalin yung laman ang matitira parang bezel saka yung back connector, tapos ilalagay dun yung replacement drive na bagond dvdrw, parang ginamit lang yung shell, pwede mo pa ibalik yung lumang drive kung kailangan.

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Posted 13 June 2006 - 11:40 PM

Walang imomodify basically mga cd drive ng laptop tatanggalin yung laman ang matitira parang bezel saka yung back connector, tapos ilalagay dun yung replacement drive na bagond dvdrw, parang ginamit lang yung shell, pwede mo pa ibalik yung lumang drive kung kailangan.

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i see..... so.... ndi n kakailanganin ng bagong driver kung sakali?

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Posted 14 June 2006 - 12:13 AM

i see..... so.... ndi n kakailanganin ng bagong driver kung sakali?

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Kung naka XP autodetect na yun, pero checked the openpinoy website mukang naubusan na. Although minsan di napopost lahat ng items, pwede ka siguro mag inquire. Basically bibili ka ng slim dvd-rw yun pang laptop tapos ililipat nila yung mga shell ng cd/dvd drive para magkasya sa laptop mo, yung luma pwede usually i trade in for a discount pero maliit lang so tago mo na lang. Yung ibang shop siguro sinasabi icoconvert para matago na lang nila yung lumang cd drive tapos bebenta ulit.

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Posted 14 June 2006 - 12:32 AM

I suggest you to buy a manufactured DVD-RW instead of buying a converted DVD-ROM to DVD-RW. It's just a waste of money. :thumbsdownsmiley: Just my opinion. :hypocritesmiley:

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Posted 14 June 2006 - 01:36 AM

Kung naka XP autodetect na yun, pero checked the openpinoy website mukang naubusan na. Although minsan di napopost lahat ng items, pwede ka siguro mag inquire. Basically bibili ka ng slim dvd-rw yun pang laptop tapos ililipat nila yung mga shell ng cd/dvd drive para magkasya sa laptop mo, yung luma pwede usually i trade in for a discount pero maliit lang so tago mo na lang. Yung ibang shop siguro sinasabi icoconvert para matago na lang nila yung lumang cd drive tapos bebenta ulit.

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ganun ba yun.... sneaky, hehehe!! thanks for the info bro! :thumbsupsmiley: :thumbsupsmiley: :thumbsupsmiley:


I suggest you to buy a manufactured DVD-RW instead of buying a converted DVD-ROM to DVD-RW. It's just a waste of money.  :thumbsdownsmiley:  Just my opinion.  :hypocritesmiley:

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problem kasi with a manufactured DVD is hindi lahat detectable ng BIOS at start-up. although I agree na anything modified by a third party is not advisable, minsan eh nakakatsamba din. that's why I am asking some personal experiences nang naka-try na.. :)

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Posted 14 June 2006 - 11:20 PM

Meron nga rin pala mga external na dvd +/- rw for 3.2K lang, toshiba yung brand usb 2.0 interface. Sa www.tipidpc.com marami nagbebenta, medyo hassle lang dahil kailangan makipag meet-up pag bibili, pero pag maraming positive ratings naman walang problema.

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Posted 14 June 2006 - 11:35 PM

Meron nga rin pala mga external na dvd +/- rw for 3.2K lang, toshiba yung brand usb 2.0 interface. Sa www.tipidpc.com marami nagbebenta, medyo hassle lang dahil kailangan makipag meet-up pag bibili, pero pag maraming positive ratings naman walang problema.

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thanks!

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Posted 17 June 2006 - 06:06 PM

i don't think it would be possible to convert a DVD-Rom to a DVD-RW unless you replace the entire unit...

so kung ang nasa laptop mo is a DVD-R drive and u want a DVD-RW, you should buy a DVD-RW drive that is supported by your laptop. Nasa huli kasi ang pasisisi... buti na yung sigurado ka...

But if i were you... and if indeed its worth some 3K to "upgrade/modify" your DVD-R to DVD-RW, I would suggest you buy an internal DVD-RW drive for PC, buy an external casing (USB2.0) and you have an instant DVD-RW that does not compromise the drive or your system. It would most proabably cost the same or a little less even....

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Posted 17 June 2006 - 10:35 PM

i don't think it would be possible to convert a DVD-Rom to a DVD-RW unless you replace the entire unit...

so kung ang nasa laptop mo is a DVD-R drive and u want a DVD-RW, you should buy a DVD-RW drive that is supported by your laptop. Nasa huli kasi ang pasisisi... buti na yung sigurado ka...

But if i were you... and if indeed its worth some 3K to "upgrade/modify" your DVD-R to DVD-RW, I would suggest you buy an internal DVD-RW drive for PC, buy an external casing (USB2.0) and you have an instant DVD-RW that does not compromise the drive or your system.  It would most proabably cost the same or a little less even....

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i think n that would be best rather than risk damaging the working DVD drive. concern ko ng is if ever you would buy a USB2.0 n DVD-RW, does it need an external power supply to work? also, backward compatible b sya s USB1.1??




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