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What Video Editing Software Do You Use?

Discussion in 'Video Production' started by spacezeus, Jul 22, 2013.

  1. spacezeus

    spacezeus Power Member

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    Hi guys, i want to start journey on Youtube + CPA/PPD, so I just wanna know what video editor u guys are using, and what a noob-friendly video editor do u prefer for me?
     
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  3. SPQR

    SPQR Elite Member

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    When I am on my main windows desktop, I use a series of programs. But when I am on my Ubuntu laptop, I generally use OpenShot Video Editor
     
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    Premiere Pro
     
  5. drey2k

    drey2k Power Member

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    I use Sony Vegas 12
     
  6. TTGSteve

    TTGSteve Newbie

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    I use:

    Camtasia
    Adobe Premier
    Adobe After Effects
     
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    Spacezeus,

    I'm partial to Premiere Pro and I also use Camtasia for simple tasks or to record computer screens. If you are a newbie I would suggest checking out premiere elelments. It's a dumbed down version of Pro and I think its only 100 dollars. Once you feel you need something a little better you can upgrade to the Pro version. I like Adobe because there is a ton of support and tutorials out there for it which comes in handy if you don't know a lot about editing or using the software.

    Best,

    Shawn
     
  8. SPQR

    SPQR Elite Member

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    Also, remember that quality is greater than quantity. I have one video making me $5 a day that is of quality, and it only took 30 minutes to make. In a JV, my buddy and I made 6 crap videos, and we only get ~$1 a week.
     
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    heartnet02 Power Member

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    Try camtasia. It is easy to use and have some decent effects.
     
  10. leetchart

    leetchart Regular Member

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    To record the screen BB Flash Back Pro (It's easier to cut video after recording)
    To make the final part, get all part of videos in one video Camtasia Studio.
     
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    kristark Newbie

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    I think Camtasia is the easiest video editor. You should try it.
     
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    Wich one support those intro and effects template from videhive or codecanyon ??Thank you.
     
  13. Moxxnixx

    Moxxnixx Newbie

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    I also use a variety of tools to create and edit my videos. It depends on the type of videos that I want to make.

    Premiere Pro - For general editing and output.
    After Effects - For adding creative intros and titles.
    Videoscribe - For making short "hand-drawn" whiteboard animations.

    If you're looking for noob friendly software, I would suggest MAGIX Movie Edit Pro. It's what I used when I was a beginner. I also watched vast amounts of Youtube video tutorials.

    izkech - You use After Effects to edit and render Videohive files.
     
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  14. rrrmm1015

    rrrmm1015 Junior Member

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    stupeflix is the best one which i use for video making.. :)
     
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    Thanks for posting.It's great deal
     
  16. TehEpidemick

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    sony vegas is my favorite.
     
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    funkybunker Supreme Member

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    I use Cyberlink PD 8 (sucks balls with HD rendering but otherwise good program)

    Can't seem to find an Adobe Premier Pro CS4 (because I run XP) but see it's very top-grade editing.
     
  18. Jayjaycg

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    Premiere Pro CS6 all the way!
    If you don't know how to use, download some Lynda online courses, to do the basic it's more than enough.
    And for post-production use After Effects, this is a bit harder, but it really helps if you want to add production value to your videos.
     
  19. Aerojh

    Aerojh Newbie

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    I use after effects/sony vegas noob friendly would be sony vegas it is vary easy to learn
     
  20. dudemike

    dudemike Power Member

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    i jusyt use camtasia, does pretty good for me