/ Best sub £100 video editing software?
Thanks in advance for all of the helpful comments!
I did the research and ended up with PowerDirector 10 (PD10) Ultra:
Does the job well.
I also tried the free stuff and Adobe Premier Elements and PD10 wins easily.
Another vote for Sony Vegas. Once you delve a bit deeper into it, it's a very capable application for the money. I bought the entry-level £30 package ('Movie Studio HD 10' I think it's called) and have found it very good.
The main reason I got it was that it handles .mts files from my (Sony) DV camera without translation, which a lot of other budget packages wouldn't.
yep and recommended on the gopro forums too
i'm naughty enough to have CS5 and premier pro is pretty good, but quite a time investment to learn properly
loads of great help on creativecow if you are looking for tutorials on what ever you end up with
How about free :D http://www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=57&Itemid=182
i looked at that, it's designed for working with footage from tape
if you already know what your doing at a pro level (and i don't) then i'm sure it's brilliant
too much for me though :-)
oh and speaking of free
windows live movie maker is supposed to be ok too
have either of you actually used it?
I use Sony Power Director 8. It's very similar to Windows Moviemaker but has more bells & whistles.
Very easy to use and works well with Youtube/ Vimeo etc.
I think you can download a trial version
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