good video editing software??

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  1. sexhaver420

    sexhaver420 Buying stuff I don't need, with money I don't have OT Supporter

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    Anyone know a good video editing software? Something a step above Windows Movie Maker but not as complex as Adobe Premier.
     
  2. dorkultra

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    nero vision express is decent
    i've used pinnacle studio in the past
    videoredo is pretty simple, awesome because it will edit tivo files
    i'm sure someone will want to mention virtualdub, but i never really liked it
     
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    I've used the video editing software that came with Roxio without any issues.
     
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    ultimateappeal Full Color Printer

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    Movie Edit Pro 12 by Magix or Nero Vision IMO
     
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    cyberlink powerdirector, very easy to use and is as good as Adobe premiere
     
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    The above suggestions would be good for adding a fade in intro or putting text on the video?
     
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    ultimateappeal Full Color Printer

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    Both that I mentioned do.
     
  8. awns729

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    I would say Premiere Elements is the way to go. It cuts down on the buttons and is much more n00b friendly than Premiere or Premiere Pro.

    It's also cheap compared to its big brothers, and offers a good portion of their features.

    When you say a step above movie maker, Premiere Elements is right there.

    If not that, possibly Sony Vegas or whatever it is. I haven't tried it but have heard good things.

    www.videohelp.com might answer some questions you have
     
  9. retorq

    retorq What up bitch??

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    I use Sony Vegas, I like it and it's easy to learn.
     

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