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How do I create a funny parody video?

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I've seen a couple of funny ones on youtube and they have given me an idea. I want to put a sound clip over a video clip, but is there anyway I can download a video clip from youtube? If so, could …
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I've seen a couple of funny ones on youtube and they have given me an idea.

I want to put a sound clip over a video clip, but is there anyway I can download a video clip from youtube? If so, could I even add the sound clip to it with something like windows moviemaker?

Any help much appreciated
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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Should be easy to do, download video from keepvid.com
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Like he said, use keepvid. I do video editing with Sony Vegas Suite, that would do the trick, you see sound files in wave format so you can visually see where the sound should be overlaid on each frame.

tried windows movie maker, its *****!
#3
Cheers for the info guys - repped! :)
#4
Another question entirely but may as well keep it in this thread. Has anyone had any experience or own Adobe After Effects? MinstelMan, does SVS do the 'demon mirror effect'?
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Matrixblade
Another question entirely but may as well keep it in this thread. Has anyone had any experience or own Adobe After Effects? MinstelMan, does SVS do the 'demon mirror effect'?


i've not seen it done in SVS only after effects, and yes i've started playing about with after effects, it looks like a nightmare to begin with, most helpfull direction I can point you in is [url]www.videocopilot.net/basic[/url] :thumbsup:

I only use SVS for editing my own footage, as far as overlaying audio, I find it easier to see wave footage overlaying the frames rather than in bar format (if that makes sense)
#6
Cheers. I actually found that site yesterday. I don't even own after effects yet anyway (seems quite pricey) but will look into finding a way to purchase it cheaper.
#7
well if you do get it I certainly reccomend their tutorials.... I casually watched their basics kit over the weekend, without taking notes or working along with them, just from memory I managed to create this little render in under 10 mins last night: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbQwLNjexJs
#8
I was unable to view your link as its members only.

I got a result though. I mentioned to my mate about after effects as I figured he might have heard about it as he is a designer, but better still, he had it and said he hadn't used it in about a year so I could have it!!!! I've only had it less than a week now but I've already been designing like crazy. It's like Christmas has come early :) I've already figured out that you can really loose hours trying to perfect the details.....
#9
All I need now is a video editing programme.

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