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How to convert and edit HD video

Post by reconry on Thu Dec 09, 2010 10:28 am

Because of the widely using of HD Camcorder, now it is really convenient to record family parties and other things you are interested in. Nowadays, people would like to share their things with the rest of the world through Internet, such as youtube.com and other video websites.

This guide aims to show you how to convert and edit the video you recorded using your HD camcorder
What you need is a powerful HD Video Converter.

Step 1: Load Video
Click “Add File” to load the video that you want to convert to Aiseesoft HD Converter.



Step 2: Choose Your Output Profile and Settings
From “Profile” drop-down list you can choose your output profile according to your need.
You can also click “setteing”adjust the settings of your output video, such as “video/audio encoder”, “Video/audio Bitrate”, “Channels”, “Resolution” and so on..
Step 3: Video Editing
This powerful MTS Converter allows you to do many video editings.
1. Click "Effect" to make special effect for your movie.
You can adjust the “Brightness”, “Contrast”, “Saturation” and also you can use “deinterlacing” to improve you output effect.



2. Trim:
“Trim” function allows you to pick up any part of your video to convert. You can just convert a part of your video that you want.



3: Crop:
Cut off the black edges of the original movie video and watch in full screen on your iPod using the "Crop" function.



Step 4: Conversion
After you have done all the steps above you can click “Start” button to start your conversion.

Here I also recommend you some High Definition video converter, MTS Converter, TS Converter.

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Post by gossipman on Tue May 10, 2011 4:51 pm

I think the concept is good, but I'd be interested in knowing what the inside of the case is like; are you going to scratch up your phone with the constant sliding on/off?I'll probably go with the Defender when my i4 arrives at the end of the month. A coworker of mine has it on his i4, and I've spent some time holding the phone and using it, and I like how it feels. In fact I'm ordering the Defender before the phone so it's here and ready to go on the phone when it arrives. convert video to ipad Either way, wearing it on your belt makes you look like a douche. What, you don’t have a pocket?

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