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Old 02-27-2009, 08:49 PM   #11
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I think that vegas is wayyy easier to use than premier. I just hate the interface on premier. But that's just my opinion.
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Old 02-27-2009, 09:31 PM   #12
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nah windows movie maker is straight up terrible.
Probably because you don't know how to take advantage of all its features. Good software doesn't need to be overly complicated.
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movie maker is good if you aren't trying to get good syncing between audio and video. I know from experience.
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Probably because you don't know how to take advantage of all its features. Good software doesn't need to be overly complicated.
features? dude. it doesn't even have 16:9 widescreen support. Let alone 24p.
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features? dude. it doesn't even have 16:9 widescreen support. Let alone 24p.
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I'm not editing emmy winning videos....lol Just stuff for youtube and things I shoot and want to edit a little.
^ It's perfectly fine. It's not made to replace professional programs. It never was, and never will be.
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features? dude. it doesn't even have 16:9 widescreen support. Let alone 24p.
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ooh thanks for pointing that out

i admit i'm wrong on that point

but the program still sucks because of many reasons.

you can't have more than 1 layer of video, theres no opacity controls, still no 24p, and no customizable exporting options
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Personally, I use cyberlink power director. Probably the easiest beginner software available yet still has most of the support for video formats, etc. that more expensive programs offer.
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Personally, I use cyberlink power director. Probably the easiest beginner software available yet still has most of the support for video formats, etc. that more expensive programs offer.
I've seen reviews of that and they were very favorable. I might give that a try as well.

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