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    Video editing

    Best on windows?

    Sony Vegas or Adobe Premiere?

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    Re: Video editing

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobster View Post
    Thanks for the tip Bobster, I've been looking for a free video editing program

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    Re: Video editing

    For Video Editing Adobe After Effect and Adobe Premiere Pro is the best software.I'm also using this two software for Video Editing and I like this software it really help me for any video editing.

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    Re: Video editing

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    Ooo looks pretty good, I'll have to give that a go!

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    Re: Video editing

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobster View Post
    how about free?

    check out
    Interesting program and its free, worth giving a try! Thanks

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    Re: Video editing

    Premiere for me although always interested in free software

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    Re: Video editing

    Thanks Bobster, will give it a try.
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    Re: Video editing

    I think the answer depends on what you want to create and the amount of money you have to spend - you will find my Sony Vegas fans and just as many premiere fans - Also depends on if you working with someone else - Personally it's adobe premiere for me as i can run both on windows and mac and also share with others - Also found it easier to get After affects pre made affects

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    Re: Video editing

    Adobe premium is an amazing tool for editing.

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    Re: Video editing

    sony vegas

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    Re: Video editing

    Going to check this out now, looking to make a video of images and clips for a christmas present. Thanks

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    Re: Video editing

    I got Vegas 14, but it crashes a lot when creating 4k videos, for HD its ok but don't use the GPU lot even after enabling the feature to do so.

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    Re: Video editing

    More importantly, what editing software on Windows has the biggest community following.

    Makes learning and asking questions far easier in the long run.

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    Re: Video editing

    Quote Originally Posted by davely View Post
    More importantly, what editing software on Windows has the biggest community following.

    Makes learning and asking questions far easier in the long run.
    It depends whether you're talking about paid-for software or free software? If you're talking about paid-for software, then the most popular packages are probably Adobe Premier or Sony Vegas. Davinci Resolve is probably the most capable free package (although there is a paid-for version too), and consequently has a large community of users.

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    Re: Video editing

    Use Adobe premier for editing video. Get a premium version of it as it worth buying.

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