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Aug 4th, 2008 2:41 am
scottydawg
Re: Video editing software advice

I suggest Adobe Premiere Elements if you are using a PC. It has been my favorite editor for some time now. I did use Ulead for many years and it has been a very good program too, Adobe just has a little more advanced control for some thing I like doing. There is a link on the Adobe page to try Premiere for free.

http://www.adobe.com/products/premiereel/
Aug 3rd, 2008 9:55 pm
sonnata
Re: Video editing software advice

I use Ulead Video Studio 11.5 Plus. Multi track management. Animated titles. lots of options. Outputs directly to YouTube or can convert to a multitude of file formats.

Free 30 day trial version here:
http://www.ulead.com/vs/

The reason I started using it was I needed a program that was not too hungry for hardware resources. This fit the bill. I had been using Pinnacle & it crashed all the time.

If you only need to do basic stuff, you might already have editing software included with your platform if you're using XP or OS X.
Aug 3rd, 2008 8:59 pm
kellenbenz
Re: Video editing software advice

I find Cyberlink Power director to be an easy to use program if you don't need all the bells and whistles. Don't get me wrong, it will do a lot with its built in transitions and effects. The latest version is even HD and BluRay compatible.

http://www.cyberlink.com/multi/products/main_4_ENU.html

HTH,

Ron
Aug 3rd, 2008 8:08 pm
dlbushey
Video editing software advice

I just purchased a new MotoComm DSR-100 Helmet/Bike camera and digital recorder to help me document my 48 state ride for posterity. The recorder uses SD cards and a 2 GB card will record about 8 hours worth in standard .asf format.

My plan is to take the SD cards I already have and record constantly while on the bike. I'll make a note in my logbook of things that are special that I want to edit out of the 8 hour file into a short vid clip a few minutes long.

Since there will be huge amounts of footage that won't be used, what software do you guys recommend I get to do this editing? I don't need anything on the professional level, just something fairly easy to use and that won't break the bank. Thanks.

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