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Hello,
I have been developing sports highlights for a bit now and with Windows MovieMaker my editing options are very slim. Does anybody have any suggestions towards better, more professional software?
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Adobe Premier is generally regarded as king of the hill, and there's a less expensive cut-down version called Premier Elements.
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I have Adobe Premiere Elements (like pip22 said a cheaper and trimmed-down version of Adobe Premiere) and Adobe Photoshop Elements (trimmed down from Adobe Photoshop CS2) and they are both very good programs. I use both for video editing by either creating numbered stills or using Adobe's Filmstrip format that pretty much turns a video file into a large image. Premiere Elements or Photoshop Elements are usually $100 USD separate or $150 for both, but you can find it on sale if you are willing to wait a week or two.
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