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rambro

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Hi all,

I was wondering if you could recommend a free video editing software program other than windows movie maker 2.6, to edit videos. I work with .WMV files. Operating system is Windows 7 professional. Window Movie Maker 2.6 is very temperamental and doesn't work well with .AVI files and mp4 files. Even if I convert the .AVI and mp4 files to .WMV format it still does not work in WMM 2.6. If you know of any free video trimming, cutting, joining and editing software out there, please let me know by responding to this post. Thanks for reading this post, any information you can pass along will be appreciated.

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starjax

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http://www.videohelp...editors-wmv-avi

decent list of video editors that you might want to try. I don't edit videos, but this site has been around for a long time and has helped me in the past.
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Thanks starjax.
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Hey Rambro.. give this a read: http://www.real.com/...diting-software It's an excellent resource explaining what fundamental features to be looking for in free video editing software. It will help guide you in your search and inevitably help you make your decision based upon your skill level and exactly what you need the software to do. I know you're looking for "specifics" and thought this may be a good starting place.
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