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Best way to capture videos of grandkids hockey games

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#1 Cynthia Moore

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Posted 20 January 2018 - 05:09 PM

I was just given a link to a website containing videos of a hockey tournament my granddaughter is playing in this weekend. Is there a way that I can capture these videos with the audio? I would also like to be able to edit them to remove dead parts and create bookmarks. If there is a way to add annotations, that would be great, too.

This doesn't need to be freeware. I'm happy to pay for a good tool that is supported.


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#2 nickos


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Posted 21 January 2018 - 01:55 AM

good morning dear cynthia,


is not that difficult to do what you want but you have to know at least the basics...


first you have to find a way to download the video you want in a format that you can edit it later


first step...


the follow site can download your video in a format you want




what format ?


there so many different video formats today but for better editing you have to choose the ''avi'' as for your downloaded converted video


avi unfortunately give you a very large file but you have a good control on video and audio for further edit


a good choice also is the .mp4 format which produce good overall video quality but you need a recent video editor program, although audio editing is more difficult to be edited


step two...


when you have you converted video then you proceed with the video editing


there so many video editors around and the learning curve is from easy to difficult and goes to complex for the professional video editors


a good video editor for you is the ashampoo movie studio that is quite good and is cheap too




a much better choice is the pro version and is quite cheap !




for further reading just search youtbue for :


edit my videos first steps


ashampoo movie studio tutorial


video editing for beginners


editing video and sound for beginners


good luck

Edited by nickos, 21 January 2018 - 05:44 AM.

#3 Cynthia Moore

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Posted 21 January 2018 - 03:24 AM

Thanks, Nickos. That should keep me busy for a day or two.  :thumbup2:

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