Easiest way to make 10 min YouTube clips?

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by beantownmp, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. beantownmp macrumors newbie

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    I recorded my brother's band's set the other day. I wanted to put it up on youtube but its just under 2 hours worth of video. I made the clips into one big .mov. Whats the easiest way to break that .mov file up into 10 minute segments?

    Or should I just manually go through and find breaks around the 10 minute marks and export those clips straight to youtube? That last process just seems like it'll take a bit of time. I was hoping for something more cookie cutter-esque. Thanks!
     
  2. zblaxberg Guest

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    If you have or if you buy quicktime pro, you can trim it and save new clips that are ten minutes in length.
     
  3. jwheeler macrumors regular

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    Do one song at a time.

    Use iMovie if yur a mac user.

    Use windows movie maker if your a knob :D ahem, windows user.

    (There are better editors around, but it sounds like yur a noob at movie editing so...)
     
  4. Eninety2 macrumors newbie

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    download YAMB, look for the logo that looks like a foot.

    it'll break up the vids in whatever interval you want and output them where you want. super easy.

    Hope that helps.
     

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