YouTube Videos With Linux: Part 3
Jan 25, 2010, 18:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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" We've covered the basics of editing video clips, adding text
and audio, and using different effects in Part 1 and Part 2.
Although there are a lot of moving parts in putting together a
video, learning and experimenting with different elements can be
profitable and fun.
"In Part 3 of the series we will cover using voice-over audio
and introduce screen capture with xvidcap. We'll end up talking
about rolling it all up, perhaps into a video tutorial. Voice-Over
"Quality audio is just as important as quality video. A scratchy
or noisy audio track is difficult to follow and detracts greatly
from the overall quality of the piece.
"You'll remember in Part 1, that our audio was captured from the
video camera's on-board microphone. While it worked fairly well,
improved audio quality can be easily had by making a separate audio
recording and then pasting it into the video, replacing the
original audio track, within the editing program"