Is there an accessible video editor for windows 10?
I want to add text, sound effects, images, visual effects... if possible.
I don't think it is but well... asking never hurts, I guess.
i still use movie maker for mixing a picure and a sound to post on youtube, other then, i dunno
No idea where to find a safe version of movie maker without any dangers.
Is there a way to convert Powerpoint presentations to video files? And is it possible to play a video in a slide while other animations are happening?
If so, that'd probably be the least annoying way to go about those particular things.
This would, of course, not include modifying video clips directly, trimming, cutting / pasting / etc sections, etc. And I'm not sure how possible it would be to include a video file in a slide without the controls being visible in the final presentation, and I'd assume a ppt-to-video converter would contain exactly what the final presentation would when viewed.
Not sure about the current iteration of movie maker, but in the past, it has had ways of accessibly accomplishing these things, to some extent. Powerpoint is less of a headache by far, but it's for slide shows with the occasional video clip, so isn't going to be capable of nearly as much, even with a converter.
I'd try movie maker. If getting it to cooperate is too strenuous, I'd then look for a ppt-to-wmv or ppt-to-mpeg or whatever converter, and see if it's possible / easier to get Powerpoint to do the desired things. If all of that proves insufficient, win the lottery and pay Adobe to make premier and aftereffects more accessible.
thanks for the answer. Yeah, winning the lottery is impossible...i don't know why it's so hard to make stuff accessible.
I can recommend video pad, from the people who made WavePad, if you remember that thing
I'd like to know myself, as I noticed their software has unlabeled buttons and such.
I have the same question.
I even wrote to them, but no answer yet.