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#1 TheHunter159

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Posted 13 September 2013 - 08:26 AM

Hey friends!

 

I hope I am at the correct section to ask this.

 

 

I've been using Windows Movie Maker for quite a while and I just had enough of it, the preview is laggy, and it lacks of options.

I tried using Camtasia Studio 8, it's a nice program, but it lacks the options that I need the program to have:

-Ability to add more than 1 subtitle at a time (meaning that I can add 2 at different times, but at some of the time they will both appear, something like 1... 1+2... 2)

-Ability to move the subtitles around the screen, the program doesn't even let me move the subtitles around the screen, it only gives me the option to put it on right, middle and left side, and it's so annoying.

 

on the good hand it gave me the option to add multiple sounds at the same time (just like with the subtitles).

 

Does anyone know a program with those 3 abilities? I am editing 720p AVI format videos if it matters.



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#2 smax013

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Posted 16 September 2013 - 07:59 PM

You could try Adobe Premiere Elements. Adobe does offer a trial version.

I could not tell what functionality it offers in terms of subtitles from a brief glance of the "features" on the Adobe website, however.




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