Recommend a Real Media editor?

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by dvschwab, Dec 28, 2004.

  1. dvschwab

    dvschwab Guest

    Hello all,

    Can anyone recommend a moderately priced editor for .RM and .RAM
    video files? I mainly want to join several files together while
    editing out some of the "filler" at the beginning of each file. I
    would also like to be able to alter the frame rate on certain files to
    make it consistent with other files. I tried Real Producer, but oddly
    enough it does not let you edit pre-existing .RM files. Support for
    other video formats is a plus, but I work mainly with .RM so that is
    vital. Thanks in advance.

    David
     
    dvschwab, Dec 28, 2004
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    Ken Maltby Guest

    You could try this for ~$10, it carries the Real Media Logo and has
    an output option with a filter adjustment page. I couldn't find a .rm
    file to try it out with though, I used to run into them all the time.

    It looks like many of the features of the Movie Edit Pro
    are in the Video Deluxe 2.0 Plus. If you Froogle on "Magix
    Video Deluxe 2.0 Plus" you can find it for less that $15 US.
    (I have seen it for $9.95) You could try that out and if you
    like it, but want the new features, you could use an upgrade
    discount. It might be that the 2.0 plus has all the features
    you need.

    It has 32 tracks available to add effects, text, audio and/or
    video. You can use Chroma, Green or Blue scene/box to
    overlay the video tracks.

    Luck;
    Ken

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    Ken Maltby, Dec 29, 2004
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    Ozzy Guest

    You have to use the companion program "Real Editor" that comes with
    Real Producer... it's not much more than a graphical interface for
    their command line editor, but it will do what you need it to do.

    Ozzy
     
    Ozzy, Dec 29, 2004
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    Ken Maltby Guest

    I downloaded the "Real Alternative" codecs and a .rm file.
    It looks like the Video Deluxe 2.0 Plus won't read them but
    will output them. So save your $10.

    Luck;
    Ken
     
    Ken Maltby, Dec 29, 2004
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    Glenn M Guest

    You can try out EO Video... it should do what you want and more...
    http://www.eo-video.com/

    Glenn M


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    Glenn M, Dec 30, 2004
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