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Is there a better free program than "Windows Movie Maker" out there? Answered

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floryzzz (author)2010-04-17

 AVS video editor 
you get a watermark but this video explains how to remove it legal!

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M4industries (author)2009-07-28

Try Debug mode Wax. It is ok, but most free software is pretty crappy. Just be warned. For $85 which is second to nothing in the software market, Sony Vegas is great and has all the bells and whistles such as composting, green screen, and custom titles.

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TimTheScarecrow (author)2009-05-25

hahah its so funny. the link i posted below is posted in an advertisement right now on the side of this window above your name

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TimTheScarecrow (author)2009-05-25

plenty of stuff like wmm at http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/free-dvd-video-software-download.htm except if you dont pay them, when you make your videos they put a watermark in them.

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wilcurt (author)TimTheScarecrow2009-05-25

I was hoping for a program without watermarks.

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TimTheScarecrow (author)wilcurt2009-05-25

yea i dont reccomend it. i was just looking to answer

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gmxx (author)2009-05-05

i used pinnacle studio on windows, and like that software. I also really like imovie on the mac.

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wilcurt (author)gmxx2009-05-06

I'm a "Windows" person myself.

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gmxx (author)wilcurt2009-05-06

ok... i personally use macs after switching fro mwindows, but am skilled in both worlds. how complex does the video editing program need to be?

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wilcurt (author)gmxx2009-05-09

As easy as windows movie maker but better in quality and more effects and transistions.

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DELETED_GuardianFox (author)2009-05-05

http://www.osalt.com/tag/video-editing Programs with the green bullets are open-source and free, with the red bullets are commercial.

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lemonie (author)2009-05-05

I did recently drop "VirtualDub" into an answer - Google it? Depends upon what you want it for, try www.download.com for a selection? L

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