What Video Editor software do you use?

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What Video Editor software do you use?

Post by adyhottie » Sep 8th, '07, 15:20

i like watching music videos especially those with asian dramas with music..
like the ones you can see at youtube.. i was just wondering,
what can you recommend as a good and easy to use video editor software
and can you send me the link on where to download it. i have Windows Movie Maker
but i dont like it, i have AVS Video Editor but i dont really like it coz
there's a banner in the middle of the video thay says "Created with non-activated version. www.avs4you.com" and that banner is soo annoying. i dont know what to do about it.
do you know how to make an activated version?

what can you recommend which is easy to use and free for download?
if you have a video editor, can you send the set up to my email or perhaps
give me the link where to donwload it?

thank you.

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Post by SacredCultivator » Sep 9th, '07, 07:20

@adyhottie: By video editing.. anything in particular? Or just simple cropping off portions of a video?

If just simple cropping off certain parts but not make any 'fancy edits/effects' then...

You can give

VirtualDubMod

Takes abit getting used to but works wonders just need to read around a bit.. but if you are just doing video cropping be sure to set your
Video -> Direct Stream Copy

Oh and it is FREE, works with .avi/.mpeg./.vob formats.

I hope I helped a little... If you plan to do effects and whatnot.. then I don't know.
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Post by pacman99 » Sep 10th, '07, 12:12

for effects and stuff I use Adobe Premiere but...
1) it's hard to get used to. Can be complicated for some.
2) it costs a lot of money...if you intend on using cash to get a hold of the software :P

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Post by sungie » Mar 4th, '09, 09:58

pacman99 wrote:for effects and stuff I use Adobe Premiere but...
1) it's hard to get used to. Can be complicated for some.
2) it costs a lot of money...if you intend on using cash to get a hold of the software :P
And I have always felt that Premiere is a simple program lol

I mainly use VirtualDubMod + avi synth scripts.
For some projects I use either Premiere or Pinnacle Studio. But seldom need those two.

Here're lists of free video editing softwares:
http://tv.isg.si/site/?q=node/873
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_vi ... g_software

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Post by ethidda » Mar 4th, '09, 10:17

I prefer simple avisynth (not the gui version, but the free script editor version). However, if you're not familiar with scripting, it can be a bit confusing. There are some useful functions, though, like info(), which shows frame numbers and stuff so you know which frames you want to trim to.

Or, maybe AVS movie editor saves a .avs file, in which case you can encode that file on your own. I don't know if they do though.

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Post by InoueOrihime » Mar 4th, '09, 18:47

I use Sony Vegas Pro which I loooveee! I also make drama MV's with it ♥

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Post by jobypollard » Apr 14th, '10, 09:01

Hi,

I am using Sony Vegas and avisynth this two for video editor.because there are some useful functions, though, like info(), which shows frame numbers and stuff.

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Post by XrayMind » May 9th, '10, 06:21

Been playing around with Avidemux 2.5 for long time. I found more it more and more useful now. Since it can handle h264 video in mp4 or mkv container, which virtualdub can't without using avisynth. But what nice that if edit correctly, I don't have to re-encode the h264 video like you can on XviD/DixV in virutaldub, which Avidemux can do too.
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Post by JaJe » May 10th, '10, 08:45

Corel Videostudio 12

needs a lot of time to learn, but if you have mastered it - then it´s perfect. Also it´s not the cheapest one.

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