Multiple editing software Programs on PC

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Jeff, May 10, 2005.

  1. Give yourself a treat!

    Set aside 15 - 20 mins and go into "MultiTrack" mode.
    Double click in the clip list on the left hand side
    Find the demo loops that came with Audition and load 10 - 15 (try and get
    the same type but sometimes you would be surprised by the combinations you
    can make)

    Drop a drum onto a track and change the length so it covers a few seconds
    (if it's a loop changing the size will just make the loop repeat)
    Then just drop instruments on where ever you want.
    You see what's going on in a little while and it's kinda fun.

    Remember the whole time - This is throw away. It's not important that it
    sound amazing just that you see what's going on and how to line up loops and
    such. I think you'll be amazed at how easy it is to make a passable shot at
    looped music.

    Tom P.
     
    Henry Padilla, May 16, 2005
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  2. Jeff

    RandB Guest


    I have Avid Xpress Pro, Vegas 5 and Premiere Pro 1.5 (and of course Windows
    Movie Maker) all loaded on my machine. Also 3 or 4 different DVD authoring
    apps -- DVD It, Reel DVD, DVD Architect and Encore. And 2 or 3 different
    encoding apps -- Cleaner XL, Sorenson Squeeze and TMPGenc. Not to mention
    several different audio apps, including Pro Tools, Audition, Sound Forge and
    a couple of others. No problems with all of them peacefully co-existing on
    the same machine.

    Randy
     
    RandB, May 22, 2005
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