ADDING logos

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  1. waterboy

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    A friend has a DVD that someone's 'made' for him from some video camera footage and he wants to re-edit the contents to *add* a logo to the footage. I'm sorry if this is not the correct forum for this question, but can anyone please point me towards a site that explains how this can be done, and what software is required? Is it relatively easy to do?

    Many thanks :)
     
  2. Rasczak

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    I've used Ulead MediaStudio Pro for this in the past (www.ulead.com) but this programme is expensive and there are much cheaper alternatives. Have a look at some of Ulead's cheaper products or products of the Adobe suite:
    http://www.adobe.com/products/dvcoll/main.html

    Failing that you might want to get some user advice on the best budget option at:
    http://forum.digital-digest.com/

    Of course I should point out that onscreen logos are VERY annoying whatever the content! Don't use them!
     
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    Hello Rasczak :)

    Thanks for the informative reply mate. I'll take a look at the links tonight.
    :laugh: Funnily enough, before I edited my original post to make it briefer, I mentioned this myself. I hate the damned things. Recorded a Coldplay gig shown on MTV2 onto my E50 and I was cursing the amount of on-screen clutter :mad:
    Thing is that this DVD belonging to my friend is one that he knows will be copied and passed around (footage shot in a popular club) so he just wanted people to know where it had originated - bit of an ego thing I guess.

    Thanks again.
     

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