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Good video editing software

post #1 of 9
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Hi guys, I'm and absolute beginner in video editing. I have widows 8 and xp platforms. I am looking to edit my daughter's soccer
games for on line sportworx and gotsoccer. I am looking for something user friendly that also does audio. I was given an advice
from a friend of mine to purchase the Adobe Premiere Elements but it's a little expensive to me. Could you advice some other
software with similar functionalities but on lower price. I have read a review for Pinnacle Studio 16 which seems good enough but
on a quite lower price (about $60). What would you advice?
post #2 of 9

Microsoft Movie Maker is free.

post #3 of 9
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quant2325, thanks for the response. My friend told me about the free Movie Maker of Microsoft but told me that there are no as much features as paid one. And what about Cyberlink PowerDirector ? Have you used it? Because I found it at the lowest price rates (about $49). Do you think it's good?

post #4 of 9

I use Corel Videostudio Pro 5 and it does an acceptable job once you learn its kinks.

post #5 of 9
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Originally Posted by apvte3 View Post

quant2325, thanks for the response. My friend told me about the free Movie Maker of Microsoft but told me that there are no as much features as paid one. And what about Cyberlink PowerDirector ? Have you used it? Because I found it at the lowest price rates (about $49). Do you think it's good?
I have little experience with video editing software, and just use Movie Maker (free) since I can easily edit with it, add titles and add music. Plus, I don't know any better so I am also looking at these posts with interest. I usually take a day skiing with the kids and make a Video. The kids can see how they progress from year-to-year, and the grand parents love looking at it. If you PM me I can send you a password protected link so you can see what I do with Movie Maker (I am sure a knowledgable person can do much more). I don't want to post it here since it has titles with names, and is a bit long.
post #6 of 9

I'm so challenged here I can't even fix my Avatar.

   How does one make a U-tube video?  nonono2.gif
 

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Originally Posted by Mdskier View Post

I'm so challenged here I can't even fix my Avatar.
   How does one make a U-tube video?  nonono2.gif

 


Just sign up with YouTube or Vimeo (or somewhere else) and follow the directions found on each site for uploading your videos. Or, GOOGLE "How to upload a video to___________"
post #8 of 9

Hi there.  For simple soccer editing, Movie Maker is fine.  Make sure it has the slo mo feature in the "edit section."

 

Another cool website for sports anaysis (skiing, golf, baseball, etc etc) is SPRONGO.  Lots of cool features for sports analysis.

post #9 of 9

Thanks quant2325 !  I'll check it out.
 

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