Spoiled by FCP.... Have Windows 7.

I edited DV many moons ago with FCP2 onna Mac G4. I've been searching for a program compatible with Windows 7 but comparable to "at least" FCP2. I just made a short family production using WndwsLiveMovMkr. I was able to make a decent production but was repeatedly frustrated with video and audio tiny gaps and I couldnt layer anything except solo audio. An example of what I mean by "solo audio" is.. With FCP2 I could record a video clip and extract the audio from the video, I could insert a "ring-a-ling-ling" to a unplugged wired land line phone.. I couldnt do this with MovieMaker. FCP2 allowed me to adjust volumes on audio with pin point precision, I could take ONE word out of a sentence. I'd love a program with the option of using a green screen and allowed custom animated text motions.. So what Im askin is, does anyone know of a similar program to FCP that is compatible with Windows 7?

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There is no FCP for Windows.

There is Sony Vegas in many flavors but a FCP user will think they are in the dark ages.

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Avid Media Composer

I now use Avid, after getting used to FCP in uni. Its not too bad. Download a free trial here.....

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and also....

and if you decide to try it out this is a tutorial site and I think they highlight the difference between FCP and Avid.

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