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    Best video editor or the easiest to learn?

    Okay I'm wanting a good video editor.

    Having tried to use Sony Vegas and being quite confused with it by the fact I can't see to use multiple different clips from different movies and stuff.

    I am wondering if Première Pro or After Effects or anything else is easier to learn or maybe you can give me an idea of how to use Vegas.

    Also should I buy Vegas? (I tried the free trials...)

    What should I use for video editing? (I do want a video editor that is just a bit better than Windows Movie Maker.)

    Oh and if your wondering I put this thread here because I doubted any other place would be better since this is something to do with Computers but isn't an actual video so Fan Video was out of question.
     
         

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    Re: Best video editor or the easiest to learn?

    Sony Vegas
     
         

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    Re: Best video editor or the easiest to learn?

    Just pirate vegas or after effects I have both but vegas is much easier and after effects is very confusing @.@
     
         

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    Re: Best video editor or the easiest to learn?

    So you can actually use After effects as a video editor.. okay that's good I have After Effects on my computer. Good.
     
         

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    Re: Best video editor or the easiest to learn?

    Thank You.
     
         

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    Re: Best video editor or the easiest to learn?

    I use Premiere and AE, both are needed for what I do and anything else I wouldn't waste my time on.
     
         

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    Re: Best video editor or the easiest to learn?

    well...Coral Video Studio is promising too....Give it a try.

    And yeah there is Cyberlink Power Director as well.
     
         
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    Re: Best video editor or the easiest to learn?

    Sony vegas for me.
    I just can't understand how to work the AE/Premiere combo [seems to be doing magic btw] not to say my laptop can't handle it :/
    Sony vegas is not as profesional but is the second best imo so I just use this
     
         

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    Re: Best video editor or the easiest to learn?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sublime View Post
    Sony vegas for me.
    I just can't understand how to work the AE/Premiere combo [seems to be doing magic btw] not to say my laptop can't handle it :/
    Sony vegas is not as profesional but is the second best imo so I just use this
    Yeah, why is it that everyone thinks the Pr/AE combo is hard to work with? It's so easy, it's like an extension of your body. Now using Blender or even regular 3D software like Max or something is hard, but it's still just a video game really. If you can use an interface, which is all a video game is, then you can use any software out there, you just have to tell yourself you can.
     
         

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    Re: Best video editor or the easiest to learn?

    Well I just struggle with Vegas and may try and use Premiere and AE.

    Thanks, ... again. .-.
     
         

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