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On a Mac all you need is iMovie and GarageBand.

 

On Windows you can do this with Windows Movie Maker (free), or I would
recommend spending about $90 for Photoshop & Premiere Elements (this is
for a volume license and $45 of that is for the media).  Premiere is, in
my opinion, way better than iMovie and that is saying a lot.

 

I have yet to see anything with the polish of the Adobe Elements tools
in that price range.

 

Mike

 

 

 

 

 

Michael Vining, SB Network Services

South Burlington School District

South Burlington, Vermont 05403

 

Direct: (802) 652-7298

DNS Help Desk: (802) 652-7050

 

 

From: School Information Technology Discussion
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Bill Clark
Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2008 3:25 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: captioning an avi file - how to

 

We have shot a short video in sign language for our webpage.

 

We would like to embed captions or at least embed an interpreters voice
(I know, we should have had the interpreter speaking while shooting the
movie)

 

Is there an easy way to do this in Windows ?

 

I am trying out a program called VirtualDub, but not sure of this pgm
fits the bill..

 

Thanks,

 

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Bill Clark, Network Specialist

VT Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc.

209 Austine Drive, Brattleboro, VT  05301

802 258-9552         www.vcdhh.org <http://www.vcdhh.org/>  

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