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What is your recommended Video Editing Software?

I want to know your suggestion on what is the best or recommended video editing software.. where i can edit and remove the unnecessary scenes on video and also changing its audio.


by: gabz

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Re: video editing software.

For Windows, for Linux or for a Mac?

Kees

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video edeting software for windows

looking for video editing software for windows..

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Re: video editing software

Some more questions to narrow down the search:
- HD or not ?
- what is the source (what camera), what format does it have (you want the software to be able to recognize it without prior conversion)?
- freeware or paid; if so, what is your price limit?
- Microsofts MovieMaker is free (comes with Windows Vista, downloadable as part of Windows Live software, 2011 edition). Is that good enough for you or do you need more?

Kees

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