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Movie Editor

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Keevee, Feb 6, 2010.

  1. Keevee

    Keevee Junior Member

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    What are some good video editors out there?

    Where I can mess around with the audio and visual effects as well :p

    Thanks
     
  2. boo blizzi

    boo blizzi Regular Member

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    windows movie maker as a start...then camtasia 6...its in the downloads section somewhere.
     
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  3. seosutra

    seosutra Regular Member

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    Adobe Premier is good - used it some years back !
     
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  4. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I use Sony Vegas for all my editing.
    It has an easy learning curve for the basics.

    The Adobe proggies are good as well, only haven't found the time yet to wrap my head around them...
     
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    ashley101 Registered Member

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    i use Sony Vegas pro 9 for basic editing
    Adobe after effects cs4 for adding extra effects
    3ds max for doing 3d animations or modelling
     
  6. Keevee

    Keevee Junior Member

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    Does anyone know how to get around visual content copyright? either for still pictures or video?
     
  7. raidel21

    raidel21 Regular Member

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    Yeah but then he'll be posting "how do I work Camtasia?"
    Start with Windows Movie Maker.
     
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    auggie101 BANNED BANNED

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    hahahaha... that's right.. some people prefer to post and ask question than do their own research.. :D
     
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  9. raidel21

    raidel21 Regular Member

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    Did you need to ask a forum for a movie editor?
    Or did you find it on your own.
    This is elementary.
     
  10. lived66

    lived66 Regular Member

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    I was given a Mac for X-mas... made my life SO much easier. Just using iMovie (included with the computer).

    Prior to this, I was using Sony Vegas. Also excellent for PC.

    Still learning what this program can do then maybe move up to Final Cut Pro...
     
  11. Blueprint

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    I'd recommend Camstasia if you're gonna start off, you can learn to do screen casts, and it's a very simple program to use with good video tutorials, and offers a bit more than windows movie maker.