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Posted:My friend just bought a digital video camera and we decided to head out to a club and film our dancing. I have a 37 meg vid of myself dancing (liquid/popping) that i want to share but i need someone to host it. Could anyone be of asistance here?
still can't believe it's not butter Location: Melbourne, Australia
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Posted:how long is it? my advice would be to edit out the bits u dun need, then ignore the unused colours in a reduced resolution as you convert the clip into an MPEG (i dun think that DiVX is that widely adopted yet) Get a mate with a **cough** copy of Adobe Premiere cus it can do all of the above. my job sucks but it lets me do a bit o digital graffik design!