Nikon D-7000 video question
I have posted this on the Nikon forum but so far have gotten no responses. Possibly the question belongs here instead.
I made my first video with the D7000 and the result was less than satisfactory. The major problem was underexposure. My Photoshop CS5 extended will allow opening .mov files and by converting to smart object will allow color and exposure compensation but there is no way to save the corrected file as an .mov file without Export> Render as video, which makes my original 202 MB file a humongous 14.4 GB file.
Can anyone recommend a stand alone software to correct video file quality? Video is NOT my primary use of the D7000, only a once in a while thing, so I am looking for a low cost/shareware/free product. Does not have to be "professional" quality.
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