while this is not strictly blender3d related, I do intend to use this new skill set to learn how to integrate 3D into live action. well, the clip itself will explains more.
Mainly I’m just here to see if anybody here knows of a better alternative to the microsoft movie maker while still being as simple to use (for subtitling). I’ve tried other software like Jahshaka and Avidemux and they are just too complicated for me.
And I would like to see what you think of the subtitles quality, do you think it should be a different color for better clarity or is there some tricks I could use to improve my subtitling ability?
The clip have absolutely no sounds since I’m deaf but I wonder if anybody knows of any good “neutral” music filler that I could be permitted to use to help make it easier for the hearings to watch the clips. (if somebody here makes some good music, I’ll be willing to put it in my clips with the credits in the descriptions)
Anyway, here is the clip,
P.S. I’ve just noticed that I opens my mouth a little too much in the clips. gotta learn how to control my face better in the future. (I do speaks well, however I generally don’t speaks when I do clips like this and this makes my mouth movement a little exaggerated)