| Originally Posted by Sarah |
Unless you are privately hosting that video somewhere, you aren't going to get the quality online. For instance, Leigh, Juan, Jonathan, etc all have their own websites and their own hosting so they can have large files (ie slideshows) without losing quality. Such a place where you could upload something like that might exist, but it certainly wont be free.
Show It software is fun- Juan turned me on to that too. I just didn't want to pay for expensive software when I didn't know how much I'd use it. You can accomplish the same thing in Movie Maker (but it's windows so that doesn't help you much) because it let's you "see" the beat of the music, but you're still doing it manually.
OK, I guess this was more of an informative post than a helping post. Sorry I couldn't do better!
There is an option for movie maker to do it automatically. It's not as good as what you can do manually though.
What about adobe premiere? There is also adobe premiere elements. I think you can get it for $40 or less. It's often bundled with photoshop elements. I haven't confirmed this, but I'm pretty sure it does the music thing too. I know the have photoshop for macs so i'd guess they'd have premier. Again, I haven't checked on this.
For all you PC users- you should have movie maker already on you computer. It's a lot of fun. I suggest an $8 add on called rehan pan zoom effects.