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emckinney03 Oct 2018 10:47 a.m. PST

My next technical question! I want to do an interview with all or some of it in split screen (two talking heads). What are the best software choices for this? "Free" makes a choice better than almost anything else …

I would like to be able to do sound balancing and I'd like to be able to insert videos/stills in some places, but I can do that on my father-in-law's system. I might even be able to do sound balancing on it, if I can record separate tracks for the two people who are talking. I really, really want to avoid one super-loud voice and one soft one; I hear that a lot in podcasts.

Thanks in advance for the help from all of you video grognards!

45thdiv03 Oct 2018 4:19 p.m. PST

You want hitfilm. It is an editor, compositing system and can mix audio really well. And it is free!

https://fxhome.com/express

emckinney03 Oct 2018 10:03 p.m. PST

That looks really good, but is there a recorder for videoconferencing software or something to conduct and record the actual interview?

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