Putting a copyright message on .AVI video.

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I recorded a video clip using a digital camera. The video is an .AVI format and played using Windows Media Player.

How would you be able to put a copyright note or some note on the bottom left of the media player (or anywhere else when the video clip is played)?
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In a nutshell you are going to have to get some software that will let you edit avi movies.The software you choose should have a feature where you can cut and add frames

I forget what I used to use, here is something I found that looks interesting, and I beleive it is freeware, or at least shareware.

http://www.am-soft.ru/aviedit.html

It has a wizard that will let you add text. If you want it to look more proffesional, I suggest that you cut out a few frames, use your favorite art software, and add some really nice font or whatever to it. Then just insert the frames back in.

hope that helped

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