Which of the 3 editing program is better ?

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Eddie, Apr 18, 2006.

  1. Eddie

    Eddie Guest

    I have 3 editing programs to work with for the moment. They are Roxio
    Creator Basic/MyDVD Basic, Movie Edit Pro 10, and Panasotion MotionDV
    Studio 5.6E LE for DV/Quick Movie Magic 1.0E. Which of the three is
    the better program? Can I use all three program in conjunction to
    edit? Does anyone on here know of any freeware program for filmmaking,
    editing, and scriptwriting? If so please let me know.
    Eddie, Apr 18, 2006
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  2. Eddie

    Bernie Guest

    The best program is the one you think is best - you're the one doing
    the editing. What matters is the results, not the machinery.

    On freeware -
    A) no, cameras and microphones aren't free
    B) Windows Movie Maker
    C) Wordpad

    .....and your talent and imagination.

    Bernie, Apr 18, 2006
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    Ken Maltby Guest

    That last is a hard point to get across now a days, many seem to
    think what they can accomplish, is determined by the software tool.
    It's not the tools, but how you can find or develop the skill to use
    the tools and materials available. As with most creative hobbies it's
    an ability to visualize the outcome you seek combined with practice/
    experimentation until you really understand how to apply the tools
    to achieve your intended result. After that, you can create anything
    you can imagine.

    If you get Magix's Movie Edit Pro 10 working well it is a very
    large tool box with more tools in it than most home editing programs.
    (Including a number of audio tools)

    You can and should use whatever tools work for you to make clips/
    takes/cuts that you will later combine (with simple transitions in most
    cases) to make your movie. They need not be made by the same
    piece of software.

    Ken Maltby, Apr 18, 2006
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