#1
Suggestions? (For windows if it helps)
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Avid and Final Cut Pro are the industry standards. I've done some work on Adobe Premiere and it's very good.
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#6
Avid or Premiere, you can't get Final Cut because you don't have a Mac. I would go with Avid, you can do a ton with it and if you ever decide to go into the film industry the knowledge will help a ton.
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#7
Thanks for the info UG brethren.
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#9
windows movie maker sucks balls
****ing huge horse balls
dont even try it,
it fustrates me when i have to use it

Sony Vegas is really user friendly, and its good, i recomedn that one, I am gonna get final soon, it was recommended to me by one of my parents friends who works with movies and such
#10
Cyberlink Power Director is pretty cool i have it
the new version looks pretty good too(you can have 20 PIP i think)... dont know if it is out yet though
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