How about a good video editor program? Don't know how good this one is, but was searching and found this one. Would love to have something by Adobe, but know that is out of the question.
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u could use windows movie maker :D
I could if it wouldn't always shut down on me everytime ... :<(
oh mayb u could try updating MS programs thru the Windows Update service. there may be patches for Movie maker.
Yes, I have already tried that too. I even tried to re-install it to see if that would help. I found out however that I am not the only one who has trouble with it. While I was looking around for a re-stall, I read articles about the problems others have with it. On my grandson's computer, his works okay ... but it just don't want to work on mine.
If you are speaking about FREE video editing software, there really is not any worth recommending that is totally free.
There is a decent kinda free multi-format editor named Multiquence offered by a company that also offers a top shelf audio editor Goldwave. http://www.goldwave.com/
The kinda free thing is that you can use the program for free, but unless you buy it, a nag screen pops up every so many edits. If you save yous stuff when it pops up, close the program and open it again, it works again for a while until so many edits go by (I forget how many).
If you mean - the best video system you can get - then I recommend Avid Express Pro, which runs about $300 if you have a legitimate student in the house, lists for about $1,500 otherwise. You get disks for Windows AND Mac (runs on both) and a dongle. You could load the software on as many machines as you want, but it only runs with the USB dongle.
Some people like Final Cut Pro, but it is fairly primitive next to Avid Express Pro, and only runs on Macs. It costs about $1,200.
A much less expensive system is the Pinnacle Studio system. It does not have the power of the AVID system, but is perfect for the home user. Very stable and worth the bucks. I recommend watching CompUSA or BestBuy and get the Moviebox system that works for you computer. Around $150 for the top shelf includes all the connectors you need to plug in a camera, tape deck, DVD whatever. Supports all editing and burning tapes or DVD's.
Thank for the information about some good video editing software.
What happens to my Windows Movie Maker is ... it shuts down on me. It will stay open for around thirty seconds, or until I browse for a file. Then it just cuts off with no error warning. I have tried Windows Update, I tried uninstalling and reinstalling, and it still does the same thing. When I went in search for help on this problem, I read that many others have problems with it as well and the editors of some of these sites where they give ratings, rated Windows Movie Make low, because of the problems it gives so many people.
Even though I can not afford such prices as those you mentioned, I will still take a look at the sites to see what these programs offer. I was hoping that maybe GiveAwayoftheDay would be able to offer some decent editing program.
A video editing software would be nice
we got enough converting programs already
It is obvious that Adobe won't be on GOTD, but there are a lot of video software that might join GOTD
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