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  1. hazey33

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    Brand new to the site and just had a P4 for the past couple of weeks.
    Enjoying getting to know it but now it's time to think about the quality of video and pictures I produce.
    Could anyone let me know what software would be good to do this. Nothing to expensive or complicated but something that I could maybe build on at a later date with experience.
    Many thanks in advance.
     
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  2. Mark C.

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    I'm going through the same thing. It comes down to what device you're using. For me I'm an Apple user and iMovie works great. I found a great tutorial and this guy has more for iPad as well.
     
  3. hazey33

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    I am using Windows 10 and a budget of around £150.
    I could possibly move to OSX in the future but concentrating on getting the best footage I can and growing those skills, then using software that can enhance my work without being over complicated for the time being.
    Thanks
     
  4. Phantom-Four

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    Adobe Elements falls in that price range and it has a big userbase (lots of tutorials).

    Alternatively you could consider DaVinci Resolve (free up to 2.7k editing) if you don't need 4k
     
  5. kmeta

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    Hello
    I using Filmora - easy interface, a lot's effects, simple color correction. You can see my first video after editing there:
     
  6. hazey33

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    Hi Kmeta nice video and some beautiful scenery. Many thanks to all that have helped out with this matter.
     
  7. Matt122;

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    Why not just pay per month and get the full Adobe suite of programs?
     
  8. Archerm

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    I have been using Pinnacle for years. The new version supports 4k video.
     
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