NicholasDWolfwood wrote:Capture cards aren't that expensive. I've got an http://www.iomagic.com PC-PVR TV Tuner card, and it's fine. It has S-Video out, RCA in and Comp out (Dunno wtf that is...)
I got it for $50 from the I/O Magic store (Well, actually, my dad got it for me, but same difference..)
It's a pretty useful card, and the software it comes with (Cyberlink PowerVCR II 3.0) will capture into MPEG-1 or MPEG-2.
jbone wrote:This question gets asked several times a day, so I think I'll try to create a definitive "what to do" guide.
First, you need source material. Lots of people start with downloaded clips/fansubs. These will let you make something, but your finished video won't look very good. Rather, you should use DVD source for the best results. (<A HREF=http://www.animemusicvideos.org/legacy/ErMaC/default.htm>REFG</A> to learn how to work with your video streams. Don't ask here, as it's already all answered for you in the guide.)
Second, just pick an idea and run with it. Something sound good to you? try it. Work on it for hours or for days. Teach yourself how to do cool things with the software. Your video will most likely suck, but almost everyone's first videos suck. It may take you three or four tries to actually be able to make anything good, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't just throw together something that "sounds cool" - you need that experience in order to learn what to do (or what not to do). Don't worry about people not liking it, 'cause you don't even have to show it to anyone. Just don't post on the message boards that you're new and you want someone's help to start - dozens of such requests are made a week, and nobody's going to hold your hand and/or give you a good idea that you couldn't've easily come up with by yourself.
Third, don't ask stupid questions. Think things through, don't waste peoples' time asking things which could easily be answered by reading the manual/reading the guides/reading past message board posts/using common sense.
Fourth, don't ask people to give you software. Some programs are available for free; some are cheap; others are expen sive. Nobody here will give you pirated software, and many people here will flame you if you start to brag about how you used pirated software.
Well, that's everything that comes to mind for the moment.
VashViceStyle wrote:waht is the way to make a musicvideo with just a vcr and music....at the moment i dont have a program to get my recorded video to my computer so this is my only way....?...so how can i make a musicvdieo with just music...video....and a vcr?
NewFoundGlory wrote:I don't know how to make one!!
I know I would need footage of animes, but how do I get it on my computer? Also, how do i edit the footage to a song?
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