How to convert a bunch of video files and insert logo in all of them?

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by joweek, Feb 2, 2007.

  1. joweek

    joweek Guest

    Hi all,

    Hopefully someone will have an answer for me, I just can't seem to
    figure it out and my hope is fading.

    I need to convert a 100s of video files from one format to another (to
    make them smaller) and insert our company's logo at the same time in
    all of them. I know how to batch convert video files but couldn't find
    how to insert logo in all of them at the same time. I don't want to
    insert logo one by one, which will be too time consuming. Can anyone
    recommend a good program for that?

    Thank you!
    joweek, Feb 2, 2007
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  2. joweek

    Bugs Guest

    Just be warned I think this came up very recently in this NG so I would put
    your flame proof suit on!!

    Before attempting to answer your question, there are some questions I would
    like to ask you...for example...

    1) What format are your video files in?

    2) How long are they?

    3) What is the intended use for the "logoed" files? Burning to media such as
    DVD? Transmission from a streaming server?

    That will get us started...
    Bugs, Feb 2, 2007
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  3. joweek

    joweek Guest


    Thank you for your response! I dont' know may be I missed something
    but I've searched all over NG and couldn't find the answer I need!
    There is a lot of material about batch converting but nothing about
    inserting the logo in all of them at the same time! So please help me!

    1. Format is .avi
    2. 6-10 sec.
    3. Both, burning on DVDs and streaming server

    Thank you!
    joweek, Feb 2, 2007
  4. joweek

    JimK Guest

    VirtualDub has a Logofilter

    I would use
    VirtualDub > AviSynth > TMPGEnc 3.0 XPress

    For the web you can convert VirtualDub output to WMV, Xvid, Divx

    Look under tools,
    JimK, Feb 3, 2007
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