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    editing

    what is the most perfred software for video editing?

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    Adobe Premiere, Final Cut, or Avid

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikedub View Post
    Adobe Premiere, Final Cut, or Avid
    thats a good idea but im not looking to SPEND $800!!

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    i know i sound cheap but im just messin around with some videos. my cam doesnt even cost $800! im lookin maybe under 100

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    Then you should have been more specific and not asked for the most perfred software for video editing.

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    Two people saying "perfred" instead of "preferred.

    I know it's the Internet, but come on. Simple English.

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    Ha, classic copy and paste mix up.

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    got a mac? imovie. free and simple

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    learn to torrent

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    If you are a student, or teacher, or have someone in school, you can get special education pricing, e.g. Final Cut Pro Studio for $500 as opposed to $1200, and Adobe Premiere for under $100 if your school can apply for an "In Kind" donation of the software from Adobe.

    Pricing for Education can be seen @ http://www.creationengine.com The catch is you have to provide proof that you are a student, educator, or school to qualify for the special pricing.