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Program For Professional Move Making


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IaBi

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Heyah Fellow Geeks,

Can anyone here recommend me various programs for professional movie making

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Free or paid?
There are numerous programs out there. How in depth do you want to go in editing your movies?
They can be simple to extreme.
I have been using windows movie maker for my basic editing.
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Im not bothered weather there paid for or there free
i want to do extreme professional movie editing etc ...
Can you recommend me a program ?
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Hi LaBi,
Not sure if you have found anything yet?
I have used Windows Movie Maker on numerous occassions with great success :) . It's very user friendly. You can do a lot with it. You can add still shots, video clips, or merge the two together.
You can create an opeing page for your movie, add credits to the end. It comes with some preset openings and closings or you can create your own. There are numerous preset transitions for merging from still to still. You can add background music ... the sky is pretty much the limit. I :) this program!
It came pre-installed on my Vista and I had it on my Windows XP.
If you decide to go with this program and are needing extra help please feel free to ask.
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Hi again LaBi,
Just did a little researching on the net and it looks like there is a new version of Windows Movie Maker called Windows Movie Maker 2 which has a few more options than my version.
Also it looks like it is free to download, and is for OS Windows XP. Think I'll give this one a try myself.
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