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gmal2003
02-24-12, 09:53 AM
I may be asking for alot but here is what I'm looking for.

I want to be able to edit .mov avi and wmv
Id like decent green screen editing
I want to spend under $50

Thanks in advance!

Nefarious
02-24-12, 10:19 AM
What o/s? How much memory does your system have?

gmal2003
02-24-12, 11:59 AM
I have Windows 7 and 8 gigs of ram.

Nifty03
02-24-12, 12:53 PM
Virtualdub (free) will do green screen I guess.

Instructions

1
Download and install VirtualDub (see Resources).

2
Open the program, then select "File," "Import" and choose both the green screen video and the video you want to replace the green with.

3
Double-click the green screen video, then choose the "Effects" option and select "Green Screen."

4
Click-and-drag the replacement video down to the "Replacement" window. This window is next to the current display window and is blank until you select a desired replacement. The replacement video is located (after import) in the video file bin on the side of the program window.

5
Click on the green in the display window and the green is removed and replaced by the replacement information. Once set, click "File," "Export," then choose a location to save the file, title it and click "OK" to create the exported green screen video file.



Read more: How to Use the Green Screen Technique With Virtual Dub Software | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7862194_use-technique-virtual-dub-software.html#ixzz1nK5UzKqZ

Mr. Salty
02-24-12, 03:10 PM
Sony Vegas Studio can be had from Amazon for $40 and is damn close to professional level software.