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Editing Programs To Get Started?

Discussion in 'Editing Talk' started by ncyrider16, Jun 20, 2017.

  1. Undead MV

    Undead MV United States If there is light, there shall be dark

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    Yesterday i started to use Sony Vegas 14 and left camtasia studio in standby, my next vlog will be out using this, i like because you can select the image quality during the editing process, so if you have a shitty pc like mine works fine. Anyone else uses Sony Vegas?
     


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    NF Vulcan United States Corn!!

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    Yes, I tried multiple different clips, new and old. still no good. Been using filmora by wondershare. works wonderful.
     


  3. Undead MV

    Undead MV United States If there is light, there shall be dark

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    UPDATE
    Yesterday i uploaded my newest MV, i editted it using sony vegas, is awesome, you can find a lot of options in effects and stuff, it worked well in my low performance PC, actually you can select the quality during the preview in order to save resources, so i find it ideal, i was about to buy a powerful pc, but now im not sure to do it, probably ill buy another monitor to have two extended displays
     


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    Theodor Estonia Wannabie Member

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    Hello!
    Even though you seem to have a program already. I thought I'd share my experience too. I am a great fan of "free." But I do not want to pirate much, so I have tried few freeware and shareware programs. I used to make all my edits with Lightworks. I really like it, it is complete, reliable, easy to use and tons of possibilities. But for some time now, they will not allow the free version to render any higher quality than 720p. I looked at the price tag and behold, it had a "monthly fee" written to it. So I declined politely.
    I started looking for programs that would offer similar front end experience, and ended up with Kdenlive. Now I mainly use Windows, and the Windows version of it, is still in development (I believe it is originally for Linux), and several functions do not work. But all the regular editing can be done. I have not tried any super fancy things, but blurring areas of images, zooming, tilting, transitions, all that works just fine. Editing several separate parallel video and audio lines is great. And also lots of tutorials available on youtube.
    I have experienced trouble with rendering to some specific formats and making timelapses. Also rendering on my laptop takes terrible amount of time, regardless of how many cores I give access to the program. But that might be due to the fact, that it is still not a complete product for Windows. I have not tried it with Linux or other Windows versions, so your experience may differ a lot.
     


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    Second that if you want a free editor that does basic stuff... If you want a more professional look then have to spend those pennies...

    On the other hand like others have mentioned, get an "older version" of a more professional as they are always heavily discounted but do the job :D
     


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