recommend a good video editing software.

India
March 11, 2010 2:48am CST
hi friends. [b]i just downloaded a full movie which is 700 MB .i downloaded that movie because there are some very good scenes while the rest is crap.i wanna transfer it to my mobile but 700 MB is too much. so i thought if i could just cut the portions i need it will be lesser than 300 MB and then i can transfer it.thats when the problem started. the movie i downloaded was an AVI file so converted into an WMV files which changed the movie size to 3 GB. i edited the movie with windows movie maker and it went well untill i tried to save it and it couldn't because the file is too large. now i wanna a good video editing software which should not be windows movie maker but good and easy enough to work with. can you recommend anything?[/b]
4 responses
• Romania
11 Mar 10
You can use Nero Vision. It comes with any nero you have installed and it's perfect for what you want to do. A software I use a lot is Sony Vegas. It's very powerful and you can apply so many visual effects. When you export the video there are many formats andthe video has a lot of quality. I have been using it for abou 2 years and I made many cool videos with it. Try it.
• Indonesia
11 Mar 10
Cyberlink’s PowerDirector 8 is one of the best video editing software solutions available, combining all the right features (and then some) in a professional and easy-to-use video editing package. PowerDirector combines a good balance of simplicity and versatility. The software takes advantage of technology and has so many professional-grade tools, but it’s easy enough that you can actually use it.
@Vick77 (486)
• Mexico
11 Mar 10
You can try VirtualDubMod it's a freeware video editor: http://virtualdubmod.softonic.com Good luck...
@kaylachan (4778)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
11 Mar 10
If you don't know how to use movie maker correctly of course you aren't going to be able to reduce the size of the file. When you go to publish your movie, you have an option spsific for portible devices that will convert and resize the vivideo to your needs. Or you can manually adjust the numbers to reach the max your phone will allow. Or, if worst comes to worst you can get a memory card for your phone, the later the most recommended.