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Video Editing for beginners??

so any and all advice would be greatly appreciated. Basically, I want to learn how to edit a video for youtube etc. I hear DaVinci Resolve is good free software... but any experience-based advice would be appreciated.

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  • Law212Law212 Centurion

    I use Wondershare . Its not free but its good. easy to make cuts and splice together video and you can even record audio tracks for it , or drop in audio tracks for music . Its really easy too and you can upload the video right to YouTube.

  • sounds good Law I will check it out... what skill level were you when you started using it?

  • SintacsSintacs Centurion

    Windows Movie Maker was actually pretty decent but I think they discontinued it. Last I heard they planned on rolling out something new last fall, but I haven't looked into that at all.

    EchoGolfSierra
  • Law212Law212 Centurion

    Last time i used WMM it had so many bugs and glitches that i could barely get it to complete a full video . Though it was a while a go but it was so bad i never tried any newer versions.

  • JuxtaposeJuxtapose Centurion

    @Sintacs said:
    Windows Movie Maker was actually pretty decent but I think they discontinued it. Last I heard they planned on rolling out something new last fall, but I haven't looked into that at all.

    Yeah, it's been discontinued and at last check, it hasn't been replaced. This is what I used for years and it was very simple and easy to use.

    @EchoGolfSierra I now use VideoPad Video Editor. It's free, and looks a bit intimidating (less intuitive than Movie Maker), but once you start figuring it out it's very easy.

    EchoGolfSierraDoos
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