Editing software

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by Daniel, Oct 12, 2003.

  1. Daniel

    Daniel Guest

    Hello all, Have finally gotten myself a machine capable of editing my dv and
    would like some advice on the best software route to go....... or is
    microsoft movie maker an acceptable package??
    Daniel, Oct 12, 2003
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    Tony Morgan Guest

    Have a look at: http://www.camcord.info/basics/
    Tony Morgan, Oct 12, 2003
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  3. Daniel

    Jerry. Guest

    It's that bit of string time again......

    How much can you spend ?
    If the answer is pence rather than ponds then MM (v.2) is probably the way
    to go.

    Then how 'deep' do you want your hobby to get ?
    If it's just editing holiday films and your kids growing up you probably
    don't and won't need anything more complex than MM - but if you are a
    budding Hollywood film maker then you probably should be thinking of
    something like EditStudio or Vegas.
    Jerry., Oct 12, 2003
  4. Daniel

    Jerry. Guest

    Jerry., Oct 12, 2003
  5. I'm absolutely not an expert - just family videos. I've bought Ulead's
    VideoStudio Version 7 and I'm delighted with it. Very easy to use. See

    Another bigger seller is Pinnacle's Studio Version 8. See
    I tried both and preferred the feel of Ulead's VideoStudio but it's
    obviously down to personal preference.

    I'm using Windows ME so apparently I could only use Microsoft Movie Maker
    version 1. I didn't like it the feel of it. I've never used it but I
    understand that version 2 is very good.

    If you are new to video I suggest you try trial versions from magazine
    cover CD's. The magazine called Digital Video Made Easy is good for
    starters. And ask all your questions in this newsgroup as there are a
    whole host of friendly and knowledgeable people here - I'm friendly but
    not knowledgeable!!


    Daniel wrote...
    Richard Lebus, Oct 12, 2003
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