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Old 19th April, 2006, 03:22 PM
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Video Editing software.

I'm looking for some video editing software for some videos I'm planning on.. urm.. editing.

Any suggestions?
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Old 20th April, 2006, 12:44 PM
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Well. Premiere Pro is hideously expensive.
I'd look out for Power Director, Ulead Video Studio, Pinnacle Studio.
For something a bit better, try Premiere Pro Elements 2.0. I think these programs all retails for around £70+.
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Depends exactly what you want to do.

For general use I've found Pinnacle Version 9 crashes a lot on AVI source files (its better with mpg's) the Adobe elements package is on my 'to buy' list.

The Windows freebie is OK for basic stuff but restricts the output formats available.

Virtual dub is not exactly a fully featured editor but worth checking out - if it does what you need the price is right and the quality is good.

Finally - to edit/tidy up the audio I find an old version of Soundforge invaluable but this only works on AVI's.
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