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dolface755

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I am just wondering if there's anyone out in forum-ville that could give me some ideas or names of easy to use but professional looking photo and video editing software. I'm trying to put together a memorial book of my Mother and Father-in-law for my husband and his family . The software I usually would have used is so out of date it's laughable

If anyone would be so kind as to help I would be extremely appreciative.

Thank you again  


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https://www.adobe.co...s/premiere.html


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Gday.

If you go for free programs, you would need one for photo and one for video, they are all very basic.

Most of Adobe is yearly subscription, but you can still buy the family elements pack,  for enthusiasts, > https://www.adobe.co...XYKZ3B&mv=other.

I use Cyberlink, Powerdirector, 16' which contained photo editor,(now unavailable). but you can get this bundle, > https://www.cyberlin...ures_en_US.html

I found that even free software has a learning curve, more so for paid software,   Not found one that you can just sit down and produce. 


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Thank you both very much. I'll look into those. Hopefully find what I'm looking for 


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You're welcome.


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