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Anonymous
August 23, 2004 6:09:06 PM

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Just came back from an overseas trip and my wife purchased a Canon
Camcorder.

As I am a still photographer I have no idea on what software to purchase
for her to edit on the PC.

Any advice will be greatly accepted.

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Anonymous
August 23, 2004 6:09:07 PM

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Depends what you want to do. If you want to make an epic movie you will need
to go upmarket a bit to Media Studio, Premiere or Vegas Video, if you just
want to get rid of the rubbish and burn to DVD then Video Studio or
something similar will do you fine. If you buy a DVD burner it will come
with some sort of software package.

Have a look at www.dvdrhelp.com for lots more info.


"Dunco" <gary.steph@nospam.optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
news:41296DE2.8030509@nospam.optusnet.com.au...
> Just came back from an overseas trip and my wife purchased a Canon
> Camcorder.
>
> As I am a still photographer I have no idea on what software to purchase
> for her to edit on the PC.
>
> Any advice will be greatly accepted.
>
Anonymous
August 23, 2004 6:09:07 PM

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Dunco wrote:

> Just came back from an overseas trip and my wife purchased a Canon
> Camcorder.
> As I am a still photographer I have no idea on what software to purchase
> for her to edit on the PC.

Do you want to edit the photos? Do you want to make a slide show? Or, do
you want to make a movie.
If you are using a PC, there are basic programs built in that will allow
you to do all the above, albeit, pretty basic stuff.

Pinnacle video ediing plug... Studio 9, free trial link
http://tinyurl.com/52o6j

Pinnacle Instant PhotoAlbum Trial version
http://tinyurl.com/4ubfs
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August 24, 2004 2:52:28 AM

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Dunco <gary.steph@nospam.optusnet.com.au> wrote:

>Just came back from an overseas trip and my wife purchased a Canon
>Camcorder.
>
>As I am a still photographer I have no idea on what software to purchase
>for her to edit on the PC.
>
>Any advice will be greatly accepted.

Take a look at the Ulead products at www.ulead.com
You can download and try these video editing products to see if they
are suitable before you buy.

Regards Brian
Anonymous
August 24, 2004 4:01:17 PM

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I thank you all for your advice. I will now go and check 'em out.
Should be fun :) 



Dunco wrote:
> Just came back from an overseas trip and my wife purchased a Canon
> Camcorder.
>
> As I am a still photographer I have no idea on what software to purchase
> for her to edit on the PC.
>
> Any advice will be greatly accepted.
>
!