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Good video editing software

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  • Video Editing
  • Windows Movie Maker
  • Windows 7
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March 18, 2014 4:10:14 PM

Wassup, guys! I'm going to start a YouTube channel about tech and gaming, and I need to edit my videos. I haven't got Windows Movie Maker (can't seem to install it), so which software you find best for simple video editing?

I'll be using it to add intros, music and some final cutting.

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March 18, 2014 8:39:06 PM

You try VIDEO STUDIO AND KARAOKE(FOR VIDEO)............
YOU EASILY CUT AND JOIN THE VIDEOS..........
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March 18, 2014 8:45:42 PM

Are you looking for free or paid software? If you are willing to pay for it then you could try Adobe Premiere Elements or Corel VideoStudio X7 (also available as Pro X7) or Sony Movie Studio just to name a few. I used Premiere Elements years ago and have used VideoStudio and found both easy enough to use.
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March 19, 2014 4:05:49 PM

kenrivers said:
Are you looking for free or paid software? If you are willing to pay for it then you could try Adobe Premiere Elements or Corel VideoStudio X7 (also available as Pro X7) or Sony Movie Studio just to name a few. I used Premiere Elements years ago and have used VideoStudio and found both easy enough to use.


I would prefer a free one, without much more than the good ol' Movie Maker. I'm only using the software to cut/join videos and add music. Not more than that. I would also prefer one that I can change the resolution.
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March 19, 2014 5:30:07 PM

TanFrash1 said:
kenrivers said:
Are you looking for free or paid software? If you are willing to pay for it then you could try Adobe Premiere Elements or Corel VideoStudio X7 (also available as Pro X7) or Sony Movie Studio just to name a few. I used Premiere Elements years ago and have used VideoStudio and found both easy enough to use.


I would prefer a free one, without much more than the good ol' Movie Maker. I'm only using the software to cut/join videos and add music. Not more than that. I would also prefer one that I can change the resolution.


There are some free ones listed in the links below:
http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/best-free-video-...!ABAmS
http://www.techradar.com/us/news/software/applications/...
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