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    Video editing software

    What do most of you guys use for editing video? Any free software out there to download? THX

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    RE: Video editing software

    imovie came with my school laptop.. its ok for basic editing depends what you wnat to do... what are you looking to do?

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    RE: Video editing software

    I just saw some of the video's posted on members video's and thought some of them where done very nicely and was wondering what people where using.

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    RE: Video editing software

    If you have Windows XP Professional as your OS, you can use "Windows Movie Maker." You will also possibly need a program to convert from the format your camera uses to the format for "Movie Maker," and there are free programs out there. One of the best is MP4Cam2AVI. You will find it at http://sourceforge.net/projects/mp4cam2avi/.

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    RE: Video editing software

    AmpAviators Review: Virtualdub

    Free, very popular and very powerful.
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    RE: Video editing software

    Hi THX,

    Windows Movie Maker is also available on Windows XP home version.

    I use Pinnacle 9.5 it's not free.

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    RE: Video editing software

    Ulead MediaStudio Pro 8.0

    Does everything you'll ever want to do and a bit more.
    Might be a bit hard "on the learning curve" but in my humble opinion the most advanced video editing available commercially, and I can say I tried almost all.
    Above this, your next option is proffessional studio software, expect to pay the price af a good mid-size car.....

    If you want to start with some basic editing, Windows Movie Maker is your best option.
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    RE: Video editing software

    viper, There is numerous you are forgetting that are way better lol such as;
    Sony Vegas 7.0d
    Adone Premiere Pro

    These are way better than Ulead and not the price of a mdisized car.

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    RE: Video editing software

    ORIGINAL: LogiK

    that are way better lol

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    RE: Video editing software

    I know some video tools can be free to try at http://www.oursdownload.com , you can to .

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    RE: Video editing software

    i us a cracked sony vegas 7.0

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    RE: Video editing software

    Sony Vegas 7.0 and Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. But If you have Windows XP then you should have Windows Movie maker. My gf made a dvd movie out of this program.. which eventually got me to get Sony Vegas and Adobe Premiere.

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    RE: Video editing software

    I use Adobe Premiere 2
    I have been using Adobe Premiere 6.5 /1.5 for the past 4 years and it is really great. What I like about it is that there is so many plug inns you can download for this program. I must admit it is a bit pricy but I am sure there are cracked versions out there
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    RE: Video editing software

    They have like Vegas 9 out now Geeesh I have 8 Platinum and love it ,you can get 8 pro out of box at B&H for the same price though.
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    Pinnacle Studio 11...the ONLY way to edit!...LOL

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    RE: Video editing software

    I use Ulead Video Studio 11. I bought it from Buy.com for a little over $100. It has a very simple interface and MANY plugins avalible. 5.1 dolby, overlays, HD, ect..
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    RE: Video editing software

    windows movie maker is fine for putting things together, lol

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    RE: Video editing software

    Sony Vegas 7.0 is what I use. I've used Adobe Premier along time ago, but I like Sony Vegas SO much more.
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    RE: Video editing software

    Adobe Premier Elements is really good without breaking the bank.
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    RE: Video editing software

    I use a ULead video editing software, which is NOT free though!
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    RE: Video editing software

    Virtual dub is very good at cleaning up both stills and dv.
    I even wrote a utility for creating & running batch jobs.
    If i need to do a lot of cutting & pasting I will use something else.

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    RE: Video editing software

    Used U-Lead, I-Film Edit, Adobe Premiere 6, Studio 10, 11 and 12. Have Adobe Eelements, but have put off loading it until I get another PC. Neither Adobe nor Studio play well with others. Studio is a good value, edits well and has a short learning curve. Studio offers fewer video and audio tracks than Premiere, but how many times do you need 11 audio tracks when all you want to do is edit a 2 camera shoot of your latest crash? Adobe and U-Lead had similar learning curves. Heard good things about Vegas, but never tried it. Windows Movie Maker is surprisingly good for a freebie, but it lacks the add-ons that the other programs offer. Editing with cracked software is not prudent if you aspire to be the next George Lucas. Whatever you place in the public eye will be there longer than you will. Better to be legal.

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    RE: Video editing software


    Ok Guys

    I could realy use some help.

    First my OS is windows XP home and I think I have all of the up dates from m/s, but one of my flying buddys did a vid of my madien on my g/s p-47 with a cannon camcorder, I can play it on the tv, but when I try to run on my pc I get "media player can not play the dvd, as a DVD DECODER is not installed.
    Now the question do I need to get a dvd decoder and then windows movie maker.

    My need is to be able to edit some of the dvd save what I want and then post the flight.

    Thanks in advance

    Bob T



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    RE: Video editing software

    Bob T,
    Is your camcorder anolog or digital? If it's anolog you will need a device to
    covert it to digital.

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