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    Hi there , thinking soon to start my own video production on youtube . Any ideas , or what movie editor is good . Im looking for a free movie editor to download . Not aafter fancy effects or fancy features , just basic editing ,easy of use , and produces good sound.

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    Windows movie maker is average depending on what you are doing. it usally comes preloaded on a win pc. But other people will give you better recommendations

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    If pc Movie maker, if Mac iMovie
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    You can get imovie for windows can you not?

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    Looks like you can get Wondershare DVD slideshow builder (which says its Imovie or similar). But, its not free. Its $59.95 to buy it

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    Yeah... Its not worth 50bucks. Either just use movie maker which should e fine for your needs or imovie which is a great tool for beginners that doesnt lack in features at all.

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    Well in a gaming instance I use Fraps to record and Sony Vegas Pro to edit (o_O)
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    my mate said that this app http://download.cnet.com/3001-13631_4-10476357.html is very close to iMovie
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    Hopefully, youre on broadband. Since its 325mb ! That wondershare program isnt too bad. At least it can load flv, MP4, Mpeg2, mts, ts, and dvr-ms files as well

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    uh....why is there a focus on an imovie clone?

    If the man has a PC then he should be looking at what suits his needs. Not what crap is bundled in with another system.

    You will find some excellent work on youtube that has been created using Windows Movie maker, I personally hate it but there is no denying that its usable.

    I'd have a tinker with that, then I'd try some trials of the suits aimed at the home user.

    Adobe Premier Elements is now at version 10, I used it extensively when it was at version 6 and 7 and had great results.

    I've been playing with power director 10 recently.

    The questions I'd ask is how long a learning curve do you expect to have?
    And what exactly are you looking for?

    My list of requirements

    HD video editing
    Stability
    Performance
    Queued encoding
    Ability to generate subclips
    Ability to expand multi-tracks
    Volume control of subclips as well as entire timeline


    Things I don't care about

    Transitions
    effects
    DVD authoring
    Youtube integration
    scene detection
    Matching music tempo to screen transitions.
    better Dredd then dead

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