I'm very happy that there's someone is doing with Nadal's matches. I know you're a Fed fan and many people there are Fed fan too, so there's a lot of Federer's highlights. I'm a fan of Nadal, and want to make highlights. fgzhu88, can you or anyone post a tutorial of making highlights (using what software, how to split video, convert and everything else, in some basic steps). I don't know what software (highlights maker usually use many softwares, not just one) is best and more importantly: dealing with audio/video encoding (the audio after converting sometimes not works)
yes, I am a Federer fan
But I particularly enjoy Nadal vs. Djokovic matchups as I believe this is the best rivalry in this era.
For highlights it depends on whether you are a windows or mac user.
I have a really good simple yet effective system on my mac. I think
it works for windows but I always read how Quicktime is really bad on windows. Anyways, I use mpeg streamclip for editing (great interface, efficient editing and best of all: audio is always in sync [they have a technology that keeps it insync]) If you go to their page: http://www.squared5.com/
all you have to do (for windows) is get the quicktime alternative codec. They are cross-platform which means it is available for windows or mac. I've never tried it on windows but as a mac, it is a must have for editing.
I'll update an old thread we had that was all about video editing and give a more detailed tutorial.
I'm glad you are interested in highlighting
as I'm not a big fan of full matches hogging up all my hard drive!