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Video editing- Quicktime Pro replacement

Knecht, David
I am looking for a replacement for Quicktime Pro for editing movies output from Fiji as .avi files. The feature of QT Pro I need most is the ability to play multiple video tracks in a single player so they all play simultaneously in separate panels. In QT Pro, the Show Movie Properties allowed you to offset video tracks so they were moved to different areas of the player. Has anyone found a video editor that can do that (Mac or PC)? I know I can do it by combining and offset tiff stacks in Fiji, but that is much more laborious than it was with movie files in QT.  Thanks- Dave

Dr. David Knecht
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University of Connecticut
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Re: Video editing- Quicktime Pro replacement

Tao Tong
Adobe Premiere Pro (PC & Mac) and Final Cut Pro (Mac) can do that.
Both are professional video editing software and can do a lot of
special effects in additional to multiple panels. However, both
software need quite some time to learn.

Best,

On Wed, Jan 29, 2020 at 12:37 PM Knecht, David <[hidden email]> wrote:

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> I am looking for a replacement for Quicktime Pro for editing movies output from Fiji as .avi files. The feature of QT Pro I need most is the ability to play multiple video tracks in a single player so they all play simultaneously in separate panels. In QT Pro, the Show Movie Properties allowed you to offset video tracks so they were moved to different areas of the player. Has anyone found a video editor that can do that (Mac or PC)? I know I can do it by combining and offset tiff stacks in Fiji, but that is much more laborious than it was with movie files in QT.  Thanks- Dave
>
> Dr. David Knecht
> Professor, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
> University of Connecticut
> 91 N. Eagleville Rd.
> U-3125
> Storrs, CT 06269-3125
> 860-486-2200
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Re: Video editing- Quicktime Pro replacement

Cammer, Michael-2
Another way to do this is to make the movies the same length and assemble them into panels using Stacks > Tools > Combine...

Except for one year where I had access to Premier, this is how I've been doing this.


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Adobe Premiere Pro (PC & Mac) and Final Cut Pro (Mac) can do that.
Both are professional video editing software and can do a lot of special effects in additional to multiple panels. However, both software need quite some time to learn.

Best,

On Wed, Jan 29, 2020 at 12:37 PM Knecht, David <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> I am looking for a replacement for Quicktime Pro for editing movies
> output from Fiji as .avi files. The feature of QT Pro I need most is
> the ability to play multiple video tracks in a single player so they
> all play simultaneously in separate panels. In QT Pro, the Show Movie
> Properties allowed you to offset video tracks so they were moved to
> different areas of the player. Has anyone found a video editor that
> can do that (Mac or PC)? I know I can do it by combining and offset
> tiff stacks in Fiji, but that is much more laborious than it was with
> movie files in QT.  Thanks- Dave
>
> Dr. David Knecht
> Professor, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology University of
> Connecticut
> 91 N. Eagleville Rd.
> U-3125
> Storrs, CT 06269-3125
> 860-486-2200
>
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VS: Video editing- Quicktime Pro replacement

Arttu Miettinen
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Dear everybody,


I would like to point out that Blender and its Video Sequence Editor can do multi-panel videos. Contrary to the previous suggestions Blender is free, but the steep learning curve is still there... I've used it to post-process some scientific visualizations made with ImageJ and other image analysis packages.


Best,
Arttu Miettinen


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> Adobe Premiere Pro (PC & Mac) and Final Cut Pro (Mac) can do that.
> Both are professional video editing software and can do a lot of
> special effects in additional to multiple panels. However, both
> software need quite some time to learn.
>
> On Wed, Jan 29, 2020 at 12:37 PM Knecht, David <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > I am looking for a replacement for Quicktime Pro for editing movies output from Fiji as .avi files. The feature of QT Pro I need most is the ability to play multiple video tracks in a single player so they all play simultaneously in separate panels. In QT Pro, the Show Movie Properties allowed you to offset video tracks so they were moved to different areas of the player. Has anyone found a video editor that can do that (Mac or PC)? I know I can do it by combining and offset tiff stacks in Fiji, but that is much more laborious than it was with movie files in QT.  Thanks- Dave


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