Does anyone have a link or info on how to make sermon compilations? I have purchased a computer to help me but having trouble finding the info.
Not sure this is what you're looking for, Avid Free DV this is supposed to be a good video editing software, I "think" they offer a free version.
the brother, is referring to these compilations; http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/viewcat.php?cid=204and perhaps video counterparts. AVID DV seems to work. In Youtube you can make a compilation from different clips. I did so here with this using youtube online only: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRxzhpAvRNk (you just choose links to other clips and edit them).here is a link to the Fire on the Altar website that does not exist but was one of the first to give the idea of compilations or they were also called Sermon Jams by others many years ago: http://bit.ly/2A6Wte2Accoustica MP3 Audio Mixer was the recommended software. https://www.acoustica.com/mp3-audio-mixer/
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Thanks brother! This is exactly what I was looking for.I am wanting to create some short films/compilations when I start traveling to raise funds for going to the mission field. Exciting stuff! Thanks, brother!
I believe it behooves us when making compilations to make sure we do not distort the context of the given message we 'clip' from. Also do some homework to make sure what doctrines or points being made are actually agreeable to the preacher you 'clip' from. So as to rightly and accurately depict the men speaking.
Havok- I have made several using Audacity which you can download for free. It is audio only, not video. Easy to use but the process itself is time consuming because you have to "cut" the clips you want to use out of the sermon which means you have to make notes of start and stop times of the clips; and if you insert music of course you have to make it match up and not drown out the sermon track. I really like making them but it is a many hours time commitment. The Fire on the Altar site recommended Audacity which is why I used it.