Video Editing

I took my mom's 8mm film to Costco & had it transferred to DVD's which I now have almost 3 hours of video. The videos are all short & in know particular order. I want to save each video individually in my computers video library so I can put them in some order by guessing what year they are from & also want to be able to send video to relatives of only video that they are in. What is the easiest software for me to use? I have Windows 7 & have already saved the DVD's to my computer. Thank you for your help!

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I've yet to find "easy" video editors.

There are video editors in a group at Amazon but I find folk that well, how to put this, upset at the learning curve. While you have the DVDs and files, sometimes I have to convert these videos (I use Handbrake) prior to editing in the editor. Such work is not always in a book. But I think it's on the web.

That said there are good enough editors under 99 bucks on Amazon. in the #2 slot is a Free editor for 30 days. Worth trying.

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Here'a afree one, should do the trick.
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I am not too sure about this one.

Looking at it, it maybe just for burning and not editing. I maybe wrong. I have not use it before.

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Maybe DVDshrink.

I see version 3.2 is free and version 2014/2015 are free to try.

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