Video Editing Software

  Ade_1 17:05 16 Feb 2006

Hi, i am after a bit of advice, i have an external tv reciever (Freecom DVB-T) and i am looking to record something. Say fro example i wanted to record a football match and i only wanted the goals, is there any free or cheapish software or even software that coems with the Freecom DVB-T stick which i can edit the video recorded so that i can save it as only the goals recorded?

Also how much space approx woudl a football match take up on my hard drive?
If it takes up alot i would shove ito n my external one once recorded it.

  Ade_1 18:22 16 Feb 2006

Anyone have any ideas?

  Bagsey 18:59 16 Feb 2006

We got Ulead recently on the PCA freebie disc which is ok for what you will want to do. If you are using XP then you already have widows movie maker but upgrade to version 2 . It is not the best but is ok for a starter. You will need to have a capture card as well. Your tv picture will be analogue so the card is necessary.Checkout ebay for these.

  stalion 19:08 16 Feb 2006

if you get a good tv card it will have a capture facility built in to record

  stalion 19:10 16 Feb 2006

this is a good make they sell them at pc world
click here

  Ade_1 19:19 16 Feb 2006

I already have the Freecom DVB-T stick but which issue was it it came with the Ulead program and was it the DVD or CD version?

  Bagsey 23:19 16 Feb 2006

It was Ulead 8 on the CD

  Bagsey 23:21 16 Feb 2006

Sorry wrong info It was Ulead media studio7 on CD. Had a long hard day.

  Bagsey 23:24 16 Feb 2006

Just found my disc. It was Feb 2006 issue127

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