What software do you use to edit videos ?

@muru1950 (964)
India
December 13, 2008 6:08pm CST
I took lot of videos.They are all in small lengths.Now I want to store them in a CD or DVD.Before burning the cd,I am thinking of editing the videos I have taken.So that I remove the unwanted portions and make it a interesting VCD.
5 responses
• Argentina
14 Dec 08
There're many options, but the only one I know that is free would be Windows Movie Maker. The best I've seen though, has to be Sony Vegas Pro. You can find a demo version of it, but I don't really know what limitations it has, compared to the full version. Rich
@muru1950 (964)
• India
14 Dec 08
Thanks.I will first try with windows movie maker.
• Argentina
14 Dec 08
It's a good choice if you ask me, it may not be as powerful as others, but it's easy to use, free, and it gives you enough tools to start out. If later on you realize you actually enjoy the editing process you can always upgrade to something better. Rich
• United States
14 Dec 08
I use a whole lot of different programs which is the best option for top quality videos alot of the programs i use are converters,image editors (used to optimize images for high quality gif image creations), gif generators and animators, windows movie maker (im looking for a better program though wmm takes too much ram to run for some1 who runs close to 5 programs average at the same time), some secondary video editors (for bonus effects) and in the near future ill be using 3d image editors with built in animators (i already have these but i need a special type of format converter)
@muru1950 (964)
• India
14 Dec 08
Thanks for your informations.I think that the windows movie maker will be enough for me.
• Mexico
14 Dec 08
well you can use Windows Movie Maker, Sony Vegas Pro, Power director, all of them I had use if you want to make something profesion SOny Vegas, but if not you can use movie Maker and Power Director,
@muru1950 (964)
• India
14 Dec 08
Thanks.First I will try with windows movie maker.
@Bionicman (3967)
• Czech Republic
14 Dec 08
I'm using Adobe Premiere and CyberLink PowerDirector. I recommend you PowerDirector. It's very user friendly.
@muru1950 (964)
• India
14 Dec 08
Thanks.First I am going to try with windows movie maker
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@sagittar (107)
• Malta
14 Dec 08
I use pinnacle ultimate studio 12. It is amazing, have cool transations, vidoe transactions and very friendly user than ever. In the past I used unlead video editting it is good too.