Video Help

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  1. EvaUnit13

    EvaUnit13 REBUILD

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    I've started doing transformer reviews and such on YouTube, and I found out that I needed a way better light. So I got a fluorescent lamp, and on video, the light makes everything turn orange-y and it looks bad. How do I fix this? Also, I need a good, easy, free video editor program that will compress .mov(QuickTime/iTune)files or convert them to a file that is compatible with Windows Movie Maker. Any haelp is appreciated
     
  2. Skor

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    Flourescent lamps will always look yellow/orange on film and video. Grab yourself a good quality arc lamp, or superbright LED lamp to eliminate that.

    As for good video editing programs... I'm afraid I can't think of any good free ones. I normally use Premier or Avid, both of which are anything but free :( 
     

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