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    i was looking into getting something other than windows movie maker. anyone got any suggestions?

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    Heres an extensive list of video editing softwares (wiki)

    Have a look at them all as they are all worthy and find whats suitable for you. I have generally prefered creations from Adobe, Ulead, Pinnacle, Avid and Roxio.

    Adobe Systems:
    Adobe Premiere Elements (Microsoft Windows)
    Adobe Premiere Pro (Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X)

    Apple Inc.:
    Final Cut Express (Mac OS X)
    Final Cut Pro (Mac OS X)
    iMovie (Mac OS X)

    ArcSoft ShowBiz (Microsoft Windows)
    Autodesk Discreet Smoke and Discreet Fire (Linux, IRIX)

    Avid Technology:
    Avid DS Nitris (Microsoft Windows)
    Avid Liquid (Microsoft Windows)
    Avid Media Composer (Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X)
    Avid NewsCutter Adrenaline
    Avid Symphony Nitris (Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X)
    Avid Xpress DV (Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X)
    Avid Xpress Pro (Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X)

    CyberLink PowerDirector (Microsoft Windows)
    DeskShare Video Edit Magic (Microsoft Windows)
    Edius
    FORscene (Java on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux)
    Leitch Velocity (Microsoft Windows)
    Lightworks (Custom hardware)
    Magix Movie Edit Pro and Video Deluxe (Microsoft Windows)
    MainConcept EVE, MainVision, and MainActor (Microsoft Windows, Linux (MainActor only))
    Media 100
    Media 100 HD Suite (Mac OS X)
    Media 100 HDe (Mac OS X)
    Media 100 SDe (Mac OS X)
    Media 100 Producer (Mac OS X)
    Media 100 Producer Suite (Mac OS X)
    Merging Technologies VCube (Microsoft Windows)
    muvee Technologies autoProducer 6.0 (Microsoft Windows)
    NewTek Speededit (Microsoft Windows)
    Nero 7 Premium (Microsoft Windows)
    Pinnacle (Microsoft Windows)
    Pure Motion EditStudio (Microsoft Windows)
    Roxio VideoWave and MyDVD (Microsoft Windows)
    Serif MoviePlus (Microsoft Windows)
    Sony Vegas (Microsoft Windows)
    Tenomichi 3D Edit (Microsoft Windows)
    Ulead Systems MediaStudio Pro and VideoStudio (Microsoft Windows)
    AVIedit (Microsoft Windows)
    Windows Movie Maker (Microsoft Windows)

    Go here for more names and links to the above softwares websites -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...iting_software
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    Nice list you got there. I'd recommend Ulead Products for the basics. Although if you're serious, consider a Pinnacle suite. Or if you're a movie producer wanna be, consider Adobe Premiere or Avid Xpress.

    Nero also has a nice basic editor included.

    I used CyberLink PowerDirector for a while, not a bad program all up, but if i were buying, i'd stick with Pinnacle.

    There's probably something better out now though, i don't really keep up with this
    Last edited by Ciro; 20-10-2007 at 05:18. Reason: Oops - thanks AvengenceX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciro View Post
    Nice list you got there. I'd recommend Ulead Products for the basics. Although if you're series, consider a Pinnacle suite. Or if you're a movie producer wanna be, consider Adobe Premiere or Avid Xpress.

    Nero also has a nice basic editor included.

    I used CyberLink PowerDirector for a while, not a bad program all up, but if i were buying, i'd stick with Pinnacle.

    There's probably something better out now though, i don't really keep up with this
    I agree with you Ciro,
    I believe Avid products offer more for the money though!
    The company names I mentioned earlier are the best, just get the lastest version of thier sofware Smith. Programs like Nero and Cyberlink Power Dvd aren't that advanced and often come bundled with hardware (oem versions), so look through some old CDs and maybe you can save your self some money if you aren't too concerned about extra features and capabilities.

    Quote from Ciro: " Although if you're series, consider a Pinnacle suite."

    I think you mean "Serious"

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    i got an oem version of cyberlinks power dvd 6. never installed it cuz i didnt know what it was, so does it work well. i dont need a whole bunch of features just cuts and the ability to add text.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith View Post
    i got an oem version of cyberlinks power dvd 6. never installed it cuz i didnt know what it was, so does it work well. i dont need a whole bunch of features just cuts and the ability to add text.
    Last I looked, PowerDVD only plays back DVD's (pretty bad too) and doesn't edit them. PowerDirector is the editing tool.

    If all you want to do is add text and cuts, whats wrong with MovieMaker?

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    Ciro is right! Power Dvd only plays Dvds < Its not that bad Ciro!

    But If you have Power Director then your in luck because it can trim videos, has a variety of special effects and has a variety of text animations/effects. (perfect choice for you). This program also burns to many removeable media types.

    Well if you want a good sofware then you can always search P2P programs like Limewire ; )

    < Edit the above If this type of talk isn't alowed here!

    Well you could always search Google for free ware video editing aplications!
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    ya ill look into it some more i dont want to spend much if any money so i may just use movie maker like ciro said. but does it come with xp aswell cuz i was thinking of putting a dual boot to xp.

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    whats wrong with windows movie maker....you get that nice powerpoint slide transaction feel
    What?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith View Post
    ya ill look into it some more i dont want to spend much if any money so i may just use movie maker like ciro said. but does it come with xp aswell cuz i was thinking of putting a dual boot to xp.

    Yeah ofcourse WMM comes with XP........but make sure you have SP2 as it contains a better version (version 2) < Or you could download it from some where for free .......I agree with the people who think you should stick to WMM as you don't look like you need anything better!

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    ok well thanks guys good to know that i dont need to spend a bunch of money on software.... more for hardware

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith View Post
    ok well thanks guys good to know that i dont need to spend a bunch of money on software.... more for hardware
    Yeah thats right Smith!
    More money for hardware ; )
    Well what have you decided to chose as your video editiong app?

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    just gona go with windows movie maker for now then if i ever get good at makeing movies ill think about adobe or something like that. thanks for all the help guys.

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