member Location: bangkok,london and somerset Member Since: 27th Mar 2005 Total posts: 147
Posted:there are a few post on this put they are all pretty old I was wondering if some one could recommend a good edit software which can have quicktime files imported. I don't want to use windows movie maker and I can't afford adobe, also i own a pc so puts any mac options out the "windows".
Eternal Student of all things Skill Location: Kansas City, KS Member Since: 5th Aug 2006 Total posts: 110
Posted:You could always switch to Ubuntu and get the ubuntu studio packages. Lots of good editing software for audio and video. Look for a ubuntu studio cd image online from ubuntu.com and run it as a live cd to do your editing if you don't want to install it. I run w dual boot windows xp with ubuntu 9.1 hope this helps as there are not many good options for windows that are free.
Posted:there is free editing software for PC out there
Got no real experience with any of it, but WMM - and this is a pain in the bum to work with...
At one stage I opted for Sony Vegas, it is maybe one of the best semi-pro tools for video editing. It is economical, comes with a 30 day trial period, has inbuilt tutorials and for the rest you find nearly everything answered in video tutorials on YouTube.