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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Todd Gessner, Sep 19, 2016.

  1. Todd Gessner

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    I would sincerely appreciate any recommendations for video editing software.
    Thanks
     
  2. GMack

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    DaVinci Resolve 12.5 has a free version. DJI also has the LUT's for that piece of software that helps to speed up the color grading process.

    Complex "Hollywoodish" program though, and the full blown is either $500 (Apple) or $1000 (Windows) if you want the full 4K part and all the bells.
     
  3. Chipsky

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    I use Adobe Premiere... but it's not inexpensive.
     
  4. oakmeadows1963

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    I use corel paintshop x2 old but still works fine


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  5. joeruby

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    I use Movavi Video Suite 15. Works great on my Desktop and my laptop. See: movavi.com
     
  6. NimpoCub

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    Magix easy video...
    It's free & intuitive.
    (none of 'em are real easy)
     
  7. ACT Bird

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    Which would be the easiest to use? I am not very good with new software.
     
  8. FunN4lo

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    I have used a bunch of different editing programs. Currently I use Sony Movie 12 Platinum. I think 13 or maybe even 14 is out now. But you can usually buy the one model older version for $30-$50 on Amazon. When they were the current version they were $200+ so they are quite robust.

    The Sony editors are pretty intuitive for me, and there are 100's of YouTube how too's for these editing suites. I do a fair amount of editing. I always try to teach myself something new with every video, and still have not scratched the surface of all it will do