/ Video Editing Software

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craig1983 - on 10 Feb 2013
Got loads of short vids from Font last year lying on my SD cards and would like to edit them into one long movie....could anyone suggest a good free video editing software other than the standard windows movie maker??

Cheers.
Indy - on 10 Feb 2013
In reply to craig1983: for any meaningful response you'll need to say what format the clips are in.
Milesy - on 10 Feb 2013
In reply to craig1983:

I find windows movie maker quite good. You can cut clips up and do transitions, add photos and add music :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yap2C57lMjE
Mark Collins - on 10 Feb 2013
In reply to craig1983: No, but if you do find one better than Movie Maker on a Windows platform for no extra cost, I'd be very interested in hearing about it.
Kieran_John - on 10 Feb 2013
In reply to craig1983:

Lightworks is apparently quite good.

You could also download Adobe Premiere, I believe you got a month's free trial before you need to pay for it.
Kevin Woods - on 10 Feb 2013
In reply to craig1983: Its 20 but Sony Vegas is just amazing.
Sophie Gilbert - on 10 Feb 2013
In reply to craig1983:

All about adobe premier, better to learn a pro level program than faff around with a free consumer one.
Kieran_John - on 11 Feb 2013
In reply to craig1983: Is Vegas really only 20? I'd go that then!
Fraser on 11 Feb 2013
In reply to Kevin Woods:
> Its 20 but Sony Vegas is just amazing.

+1. Best bang for the buck you can get IMO.
craig1983 - on 11 Feb 2013
In reply to Kevin Woods:

Looked into Vegas....giving it a shot :) ...cheers Kev!
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Bimble on 11 Feb 2013
In reply to Sophie Gilbert:

+1.

Avid or FCP for me. Easy enough to get the basics sorted, and it sets you up for much more advanced editing in the future.

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