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What video editing software do you use?
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What type of video editing software do you use? My favorite and most used would be After Effects but I've used programs like Sony Vegas and Windows Movie Maker in the past as well.
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I use after effects for animations and such but premiere pro for any video editing. I've never used Sony Vegas before, is it easy to use?
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(11-05-2016, 08:27 PM)Benpai Wrote: I use after effects for animations and such but premiere pro for any video editing. I've never used Sony Vegas before, is it easy to use?

Very simple to use. A lot of the people that use Sony Vegas use it solely because it's easier to use than AE.
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(11-06-2016, 12:25 AM)Wage Wrote:
(11-05-2016, 08:27 PM)Benpai Wrote: I use after effects for animations and such but premiere pro for any video editing. I've never used Sony Vegas before, is it easy to use?

Very simple to use. A lot of the people that use Sony Vegas use it solely because it's easier to use than AE.

Oh ok, well I probably won't end up using it, but I'll keep it in mind in case anyone else asks for a good video editing software.
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(11-13-2016, 10:51 PM)Benpai Wrote:
(11-06-2016, 12:25 AM)Wage Wrote:
(11-05-2016, 08:27 PM)Benpai Wrote: I use after effects for animations and such but premiere pro for any video editing. I've never used Sony Vegas before, is it easy to use?

Very simple to use. A lot of the people that use Sony Vegas use it solely because it's easier to use than AE.

Oh ok, well I probably won't end up using it, but I'll keep it in mind in case anyone else asks for a good video editing software.

https://www.youtube.com/user/BakersTuts/videos has an abundance of tutorials for editing if anyone is interested.
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I use Premiere and After Effects interchangeably for my latest videos. I used to use Sony Vegas which was both efficient and quick on the render. However it did not provide the flexibility that both Premiere and After Effects can offer. The editing time has slightly increased since I am not yet seasoned with shortcuts and what not, rendering does take longer because of after effects and also me using higher quality settings. But I feel after I add a few much needed upgrades to my PC it should be able to handle it really well.
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(12-18-2016, 11:07 PM)Snow Wrote: I use Premiere and After Effects interchangeably for my latest videos. I used to use Sony Vegas which was both efficient and quick on the render. However it did not provide the flexibility that both Premiere and After Effects can offer. The editing time has slightly increased since I am not yet seasoned with shortcuts and what not, rendering does take longer because of after effects and also me using higher quality settings. But I feel after I add a few much needed upgrades to my PC it should be able to handle it really well.

What settings do you use in AE?

On a side note, you probably already know of it but I'll note it down just in case — handbrake is really good for compressing video size for larger videos without sacrificing quality.
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(12-18-2016, 11:13 PM)Wage Wrote:
(12-18-2016, 11:07 PM)Snow Wrote: I use Premiere and After Effects interchangeably for my latest videos. I used to use Sony Vegas which was both efficient and quick on the render. However it did not provide the flexibility that both Premiere and After Effects can offer. The editing time has slightly increased since I am not yet seasoned with shortcuts and what not, rendering does take longer because of after effects and also me using higher quality settings. But I feel after I add a few much needed upgrades to my PC it should be able to handle it really well.

What settings do you use in AE?

On a side note, you probably already know of it but I'll note it down just in case — handbrake is really good for compressing video size for larger videos without sacrificing quality.
I have seen and used handbrake in the past. Not sure if compressing a file would do any good because there is still the need to render(I need to do some reading on this to learn the in's and out's).

Well when I used AE I usually use it through PR and then use media encoder for rendering the two together at the same time. I did have to reset my PC so my settings for export are gone and I don't know it from the top of my head.
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(12-18-2016, 11:21 PM)Snow Wrote:
(12-18-2016, 11:13 PM)Wage Wrote:
(12-18-2016, 11:07 PM)Snow Wrote: I use Premiere and After Effects interchangeably for my latest videos. I used to use Sony Vegas which was both efficient and quick on the render. However it did not provide the flexibility that both Premiere and After Effects can offer. The editing time has slightly increased since I am not yet seasoned with shortcuts and what not, rendering does take longer because of after effects and also me using higher quality settings. But I feel after I add a few much needed upgrades to my PC it should be able to handle it really well.

What settings do you use in AE?

On a side note, you probably already know of it but I'll note it down just in case — handbrake is really good for compressing video size for larger videos without sacrificing quality.
I have seen and used handbrake in the past. Not sure if compressing a file would do any good because there is still the need to render(I need to do some reading on this to learn the in's and out's).

Well when I used AE I usually use it through PR and then use media encoder for rendering the two together at the same time. I did have to reset my PC so my settings for export are gone and I don't know it from the top of my head.

I meant when you're fully done rendering your video and you want to decrease the size of it to shorten the amount of time needed to upload the video to places like YouTube. Seriously helped me in the past due to me only having like a 0.45 upload speed (that's on a good day).
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(12-18-2016, 11:27 PM)Wage Wrote:
(12-18-2016, 11:21 PM)Snow Wrote:
(12-18-2016, 11:13 PM)Wage Wrote:
(12-18-2016, 11:07 PM)Snow Wrote: I use Premiere and After Effects interchangeably for my latest videos. I used to use Sony Vegas which was both efficient and quick on the render. However it did not provide the flexibility that both Premiere and After Effects can offer. The editing time has slightly increased since I am not yet seasoned with shortcuts and what not, rendering does take longer because of after effects and also me using higher quality settings. But I feel after I add a few much needed upgrades to my PC it should be able to handle it really well.

What settings do you use in AE?

On a side note, you probably already know of it but I'll note it down just in case — handbrake is really good for compressing video size for larger videos without sacrificing quality.
I have seen and used handbrake in the past. Not sure if compressing a file would do any good because there is still the need to render(I need to do some reading on this to learn the in's and out's).

Well when I used AE I usually use it through PR and then use media encoder for rendering the two together at the same time. I did have to reset my PC so my settings for export are gone and I don't know it from the top of my head.

I meant when you're fully done rendering your video and you want to decrease the size of it to shorten the amount of time needed to upload the video to places like YouTube. Seriously helped me in the past due to me only having like a 0.45 upload speed (that's on a good day).

OH, the upload time for me is pretty quick already its the render that takes the most time since I use Premiere, AE and Audition simultaneously. I might mess around with handbrake more to get some quicker uploads though.
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