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Question Editing 8mm Films (now on DVD)

Discussion in 'Video capturing from analog sources' started by Leggy, Aug 22, 2017.

  1. Leggy

    Leggy Newbie

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    Whilst at school some 50 years ago a group of us made films on both standard and super 8 mm film. We ran these films with sound using a reel to reel tape recorder synchronised to the projector. I have had the films, picture only, transferred to DVD. and copied the sound onto CD for ease of use. I tried Windows Movie Maker combined the sound with picture but not very satisfactory. so I want a "movie editing programme" to do this. Then to burn the completed movies onto DVD .There are several on the market. I know some have free versions but am happy to buy a "pro" version, at a sensible price (max£100).
    I would also like to do some colour correction at a future date some have faded a bit.
  2. scorpNZ

    scorpNZ Active member

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    If nothing forth coming try over at videohelp.com.I would say dvd styler however i'm not so sure it will do whats needed
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    there is speed difference that with out having a time code will be hard to sync you can come close if you use a digital delay till you find a sweet spot.
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