My question is why would you edit one frame at a time (asuuming that you can do it). We are talking about maybe 1/30th of a SECOND here; you think your eyes can tell the difference?
But I do think I know what you are after though, there are time when I like to go into a individual scence and do more editing but my software couldn't do it.
I am new at using video editing software so please bare with me!
I have used Windows Movie Maker, U-Lead Video Studio, and Video Deluxe. I have found that they all have some shortcomings but for basic editing I guess they are OK. However, I have yet to use an editing program that will let me delete, or edit (crop?) my video one frame at a time! Now maybe my terminology is different than what I understand film to be. Some programs refer to "clips" which I would call a series of frames of film. Regardless is there a program which will enable me to edit each frame of my MiniDV tape?
I think that Windows Movie Maker is probably the closest program which allows users to edit each frame of a clip.
I don't have a DVD burner on my PC but I do have a CD Burner. I tried making a VideoCD and playing it on my Panasonic DVD player but it wouldn't recognize the CD!
Do I need a separate DVD burning program to burn my videos?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks