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Best Video Editing Software @ A Reasonable Price


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#1 mightyflail

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Posted 30 July 2006 - 10:19 PM

Hi guys!!

Okay, my camcorder is a Panasonic GS-150 (I bought it 1 year ago and still not for sure if that was a good purchase or not, but oh well i'm stuck with it now) and I mostly use it to make movies w/friends and family. I write screenplays and direct them, act in them, what not and I'm hoping to finally upgrade to a better video editing software besides Windows Movie Maker. Now, I have no big complaints about WMM, its been very kind to me and user friendly, but I've way over-used all the transitions and video effects they have to offer. Also, my ideal software would have the ability to put a clip on top of a clip. I don't even know if that's possible, but it sounds like a neat idea to me sense I don't have a green screen handy! I am just a meager wanna-be M. Night Shyamalan here :thumbsup: My budget is minimal and I'm hoping not to exceed $80.

Any advise, opinions, tips & tricks and what-not is very appreciated!! THANKS GUYS! YOUR AWESOME! :flowers:

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Posted 31 July 2006 - 09:36 AM

Hi mightyflail.
On an $80.00 budget, you won't do much better then Pinnacle Studio Plus 10.5 Titanium.
Looks like it's on sale as well.




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