Today, a new guide has appeared on the site that deals with a field that few people know, since it often seems too complicated and difficult to understand - video editing.
In a time when the digital world is capturing more and more of our lives, many prefer to convert their home movies into digital format or record new ones and then distribute them to friends on the net, but the problem is how to transfer the movie to the computer. Toby Lois.
The first part of the manual, which was published today, explains the first steps in the video editing process, which are capturing the video on the computer (using a capture card) and converting it to a digital format such as Mpeg or Avi.
The second part of the manual, which will be published soon, will deal with editing the video files that we have just transferred to the computer.
Quote from the guide:
"Although it's video and graphics editing, it can be assumed that a strong and good graphics card is needed to improve performance but this is not true.
When we edit a movie we do not use advanced graphics functions that require a lot of processing power from our video card but we use computational and mathematical operations performed by the computer processor, so for a good editing computer we need a powerful processor and a large amount of memory both internally and externally.
The editing software "consumes" very large amounts of memory and burdens the computer and the day-to-day work during editing, so it is highly recommended to have a respectable amount of memory "