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bugakov_maxim
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How to Post the WATERMARKED AudioJungle music on YouTube, Vimeo etc… ?

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Sophonic
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Hey Bugakov, depending on what computer you use you probably need a video editor. I use Mac and use Imovie. Its very simple to make a video with your watermarked music and Imovie exports it to your youtube account with 1 click of the button.

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bugakov_maxim
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thanks

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PolygraphMusic
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thanks

VirtualDUB will be fine for this goal

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bugakov_maxim
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What is it?

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MagnetStudios
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I use cyberlink powerdirector 9, it’s available as a trial and isn’t that expensive if you want to purchase. It also has a handy upload to YouTube function, and if you have a twitter account connected to your YouTube page it automatically tweets that you just uploaded a new Video! Hardly any work involved at all….

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bugakov_maxim
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thanks for the information

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guitarjock
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I use Windows Live Movie Maker which came free with Windows 7. It has a surprising number of features for a free program!

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AndrVlad
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Hi Maxim, I agree with guitarjock. Free movie maker included even in Win XP. It is easy way to do simple things.

Best Regards, Andrey

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CinematicAudio
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Yeah, I agree with guitarjock too, Windows Movie Maker is quite simple and easy to customize, BUT at the same time it’s really powerful in making “standard” videos in HD quality. There is a button “Export to Youtube” and it works very well – one click and your movie is exporting to a format that suits best on Youtube.

I also use Pinnacle Studio (version 14) and it’s more flexible and stable (yes! WinMovieMaker it’s actually buggy sometimes, and a few times it didn’t preview the video correctly. Maybe this occured only in my case…).

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