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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 90972 4-Oct-2011 17:18 Send private message

Trying to find a semi-decent newb friendly video editor, WMM lags to hell and back and last time i tried vegas it was much too confusing, so whats a decent, reliable but also has a quick learning curve?

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 529310 5-Oct-2011 08:02 Send private message

I am not sure this counts but it is still worth a look

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 529322 5-Oct-2011 08:22 Send private message

Why not try Adobe Premiere Element?

It certainly has a ton of features which can be confusing but I remember picking it up quite quickly and being able to do basic editing in no time.

Also there would be plenty of tutorials that can help you get started.




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  Reply # 529334 5-Oct-2011 08:41 Send private message - Ive just started using it and finding it straight forward :)
And its cheap too if you want to upgrade to the professional version.

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