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Stephenson is not online. Last active: 9/29/2007 12:31:20 PM Stephenson
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Extracting highlights
Posted: 16 Mar 2006 03:32 PM
id like to know if there was anyway possible to extract highlights of videos or sports clips on wmm2

Thanks for any help.
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dlk is not online. Last active: 7/2/2011 1:14:29 PM dlk
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Re: Extracting highlights
Posted: 16 Mar 2006 04:22 PM
Define extract and define highlights?
I could interpret that as asking how to remove the best
parts of your video clip. Or I could interpret that to mean
cause the bright parts to stand out. Or maybe you
mean something completely different. If you want to
cause the bright parts to stand out...you could try this.

Copy two clip to the timeline. Apply brightness decress
until only the bright parts are left, and then transition
with the COMPA add B.(the overlap issue is in play here, as always)
That will bump the bright parts.

dlk

This effect will decrease brightness much more at once..

<TransitionsAndEffects Version="1.0">
<Effects>
<EffectDLL guid="{5A20FD6F-F8FE-4a22-9EE7-307D72D09E6E}">
<Effect name="brightness - very dark" iconid="6" comment="Brightness decrease">
<Param name="Brightness" value="-100" />
</Effect>
</EffectDLL>
</Effects>
</TransitionsAndEffects>
Stephenson is not online. Last active: 9/29/2007 12:31:20 PM Stephenson
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Re: Extracting highlights
Posted: 17 Mar 2006 01:33 PM
by extractin it i mean u can get the best bits of the video like extracting the goals out of football matches ( soccer ) or extracting bits of movies like fight scenes.

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Re: Extracting highlights
Posted: 17 Mar 2006 01:48 PM
Use the "split" and "snapshot" icons just under the preview window to either take a photo of a scene....or to split out the sections you want to keep.

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Stephenson is not online. Last active: 9/29/2007 12:31:20 PM Stephenson
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Re: Extracting highlights
Posted: 17 Mar 2006 02:13 PM
Cheers katho ive never really noticed that. thankx 4 ure help

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Stephenson is not online. Last active: 9/29/2007 12:31:20 PM Stephenson
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Re: Extracting highlights
Posted: 17 Mar 2006 02:14 PM
also could u do that to music?
if not is there any free programs to make this possible

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Re: Extracting highlights
Posted: 17 Mar 2006 04:30 PM
You can split the audio from a clip

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