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WarCan you recommend a video editing program for the Rollei P3 please

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Try Windows Movie Maker its easy to use and its free. If you are looking for something more advanced be prepared to spend a bit of money.

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Building your own home video editing studio


So you have decided that you want to get into editing video but don't know where to start. Here is a quick and short guide to getting started on your home video editing studio. The first thing that you have to decide is what is your budget because equipment can get very pricey very quickly.

Start by determining what you really need right now and what you can do without until you get more serious about your video editing. The priority levels generally go camera, computer, lighting, microphones and editing software.

The camera in my opinion is the most important piece of equipment that you are going to invest in. Simply because if you don't have a camera you will not have any video to work with, depending on what you plan to do with the camera you don't have to go with the highest end camera to get good shots. I do recommend getting a handy-cam because not all DSLR camera's have the ability to focus while shooting video.

Having a computer is up there with the camera because while you can shoot a whole video without editing it, that is the difficult way to shoot video. When it comes to getting a editing program you shouldn't have to, most computers in stores today come with at least a basic editing program. This is why getting the editing software shouldn't be your biggest priority.
With just the camera and computer you can get by but if you want to start getting a little more complicated you can get lighting equipment to take things to the next level. I have seen amateur photographers shooting on a budget using Styrofoam boards to reflect light as a poor man's lighting equipment. Lighting plays a big role in creating mood in a scene but if you are shooting in full lights or during the day you can really get by without it.

Microphones can be argued to be more important than lighting because if there isn't good sound then the film will not be very good. For starting out the built in microphone on your camera should do a decent job, but if you want to have a more professional sounding film then you should look into getting an external microphone. Things get a little complicated when it comes to microphones because there are many different kinds that are used for different purposes.

Finally we have the software for editing video. These programs range from iMovie or Windows Movie maker all the way to Adobe Premeire Pro or Final Cut Pro. When I first started getting into video I was using mostly Windows Movie maker and it was surprisingly a decent program for simple edits. When you want to start getting into more complicated things I recommend doing a search and asking around for recommendations for programs people like before investing time and money in learning a program that you aren't going to enjoy using.

All together just getting started with video editing it doesn't have to cost you an arm and a leg. A $300 camera and a $1000 laptop will be more than enough to get your video editing hobby up and running in no time!

on Dec 26, 2013 | Televison & Video

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Mi p3 plays dvd nd stuff but not p3 games how can i fixs it????


Do you mean PS3?

If so:

This isn't a bad problem. Your laser/lens will need to be replaced. There are many videos on youtube if you would like to do it yourself (I would advise you not to). I recommend that you find a technician who has experience. There are many things that can go wrong.


If you do, you must disassemble your drive and take out the laser to see exactly which laser you will need to purchase

Jan 26, 2011 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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We have P3 running on a Windows XP Sp3 machine. At least once a week this program crashes when the engineer goes to hit the schedule button in P3 it literally freezes everything and the only way to...


I dont think this has much to do with Primavera itself.. Ive experienced this alot on our network with other "older" software applications that are 16 bit programs. First find the launch icon for P3 and right click it, under the compatibility option set it for an older platform "win98". It may be related to how the scheduler allocates memory when it runs. (its probably just the scheduler application part of P3 thats a problem) Might be useful to try and locate scheduler in the P3 program folder and do the compatibility mode setting for its launch icon too. Other causes may be restrictions in place if you are part of a windows domain network (ask your network admin) as group policy settings can prevent 16 bit applications from running. And lastly Ive seen Group policy folder permission settings blocking users from certain windows 16 bit program modules as well, all depending on how the program was made. Talk with your network guy, ask him if you are part of a domain GPO, if yes. look into the permission issue. If this is a Stand alone home style computer, Not joined to any network / domain ect. look at my first few comments. oh ya, also verify DEP "Data Execution Prevention" is not enabled for this program. Hope that helps, please write a comment if you need any clarification on anything above. Gurvy

Aug 30, 2010 | Primavera Project Planner P3 (PRIMAVERAP3)...

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Hello fellas! I have Rollei digital camera, and when i plug in USB on computer it says Driver wasnt found, it worked on my old PC, help me guys please! Rollei is very good camera and i can't upload...


It sounds like you just need to go to the support site for Rollei and download the compatable driver/software for your new computers operating system.

Here is a link for the new Rollei website. I didn;t see the drivers listed but that usually means you can contact them and they should let you know where to get them. The email below that is for support.

http://www.rcp-technik.com/typo3/index.php?id=rollei_de_home&L=1

service@rollei.com

I'm not sure if you can use any other drivers but they should be able to tell you.

Aug 11, 2010 | Rollei dr5100 Digital Camera

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Can't import video into Windows Movie Maker. Doesn't like .IFO, .VOB, .BUP formats. Is there a way to reformat it or should I just buy a different editing program? Which one?


Recommend you to try this exciting program ,it can convert VOB. to any popular format as you like ,such as you could use this program to transfer the file to avi or wmv in order to edit this fim into windows Movie maker.

Jun 23, 2009 | Sony Handycam DCR-DVD505 DVD Camcorder

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I start LEGO Star Wars but then says lego starwars stop wrking


LEGO Star Wars II for PC requires the following minimum system requirements:

Operating System
Required: Windows 2000, XP, or Vista

Computer
Required: 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible computer

CPU
Required: Intel P3 1.0 GHz or AMD Athlon 1000 MHz
Recommended: Intel P4 2.0 GHz or AMD Athlon XP 2400+

Memory
Required: 256 MB RAM
Recommended: 512 MB RAM

Graphics Card
Required: 64 MB 3D Graphics card with Vertex and Pixel Shader (VS/PS) Capability
Recommended: 128 MB 3D Graphics card with Vertex and Pixel Shader (VS/PS) Capability

Sound Card
Required: 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible Audio Device

CD-ROM
Required: 8X Speed CD-ROM drive
Recommended: 16X Speed CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive

Input Device
Required: Keyboard and mouse. Gamepad and joystick supported
Recommended: Gamepad

DirectX
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c (April 2006 Edition) is included on this CD. You will be prompted to install DirectX during the installation of this game if this or a more recent version is not already properly installed on your system.
NOTE: DirectX may require the "latest" updates for your operating system. This may also include the latest drivers for your motherboard, sound, and video hardware.

Installation: Installation requires 3.5 GB of free hard drive space. We recommend that you have an additional 500 MB of free space available after installing the game for the Windows swap/page file.

You must have local Administrator rights to properly install LEGO Star Wars II and update Dire


No other programs should be running in the background.
System resources should be at least 85% free.

To check this:
Press CTRL-ALT-DEL once, choose Task Manager, choose the Performance tab, and check CPU Usage.
There should be at least 500 MB of free hard disk space after installation.

If you experience performance issues when running LEGO Star Wars II, we recommend that adjust the following options in the Video Options menu:

Lower the video resolution.
Set Antialias to Off
If this option is set to Antialias from Control Panel, you will need to set your Antialiasing Setting to Application-Controlled in the Windows Display Properties for your specific graphics card.
Disable Bloom Effect.

Please close all other programs before running LEGO Star Wars II. This includes virus-scanning, word processing, and Internet programs. Simply disabling these programs will not always help, as the programs still use resources that are needed to run LEGO Star Wars II. If you experience problems completely closing programs that are running, consult the documentation for those individual programs. This is a common problem when trying to completely disable virus-scanning software.

Jan 18, 2009 | Origin Lego STAR WARS 2 for Windows, Mac

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Fire wire instillation


The problem is that you have a P3 processor. THe only CPU capable of running a fire wire device, is a P4 or better.

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Finepix viewer movie clip rotation


video clips cannot be rotated. Don't shoot them in a vertical orientation, unless you want to rotate your monitor to accomodate them. Shoot video with the camera in horizontal orientation only.

Mar 20, 2007 | Fuji FinePix F10 Digital Camera

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