Discussion in 'Video Production' started by anonim.44, Sep 8, 2012.
Advice on a good free video editing software?
Windows movie maker would be the easiest to use.
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+1 for Windows movie maker
The best free would be Windows movie maker, though it is for very simple video editing
you can try avid express trial version.
You can pretty much find any video editing software you want (paid or not) for free if u know how to search. Google is your friend
... but if you do not want to pirate software there are many cheap programs that will do. Even more professional (like Sony Movie Studio) you can get for less then a hundred bucks. If you want to make many movies it will pay.
I use Windows movie maker and FLV Editor Pro
sony vegas....just get the cracked version bro...when ur on the interwebs everythings free
Windows movie maker. Also check for online video editing softwares, you might find something interesting.
I personally love Sony Vegas because I've worked with forever... It's a great program it you give yourself a little time to actually learn it.
...if your looking for free, there's still ways to get Sony Vegas for free
This is hands down the best:
Download the free trial - it lasts for quite a while. When it runs out, uninstall and then reinstall a new trial, etc. Honestly, though, I loved it so much, I went ahead and bought it. It's cheap @ $40.
Truth is, every piece of software these guys (NCH) makes is really good. Go ahead and allow the other trials to be installed when you get VideoPad (their audio editor, unzipper, etc.) It's all good stuff and none of it is malware or anything like that.
Again, can't say enough about it. Enjoy.
p.s. - and don't fucking use Windows Movie Maker. Come on, you guys. Seriously? LOL
Sony Vegas Pro 10
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Get cracked version of Vegas Pro, it's the nicest and easiest to use of all of them.
I like video spin blaster
So many for Vegas but I wish it was on Mac.
I guess "free" would be considered iMovie, which isn't too bad for beginners.
I can't think of anything different than what is listed here. Windows Movie Maker seems to be about it.
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