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A Round Up of Major Video Editing Software from Mohammad Daniyal's blog

There is a lot of video editing software floating around the web. These all have different features, price points, and some are difficult to use. Whether you're a novice or a professional you can take advantage of a wealth of good software out there. We're going to offer a quick overview of Adobe Premiere Elements, Final Cut Pro, iMovie, and Magix. This will provide a quick overview of software for both amateurs to novice film editors.

Adobe Premiere Elements is one of the better products in regards to video editing software. Roughly around $100 - $150 this software allows you to capture from various sources, including the.vob format found on DVDs, and exports video for playback in several different formats. It also has easy to use editing tools like trim, cut,join,transitions, and titles. The software also lets you edit, and create DVDs with the proper burner. If you're looking for entry-level software, this is a great one to get and really offers a lot of things packed into a low cost package.

Final Cut Pro is the super software for those running a Mac. This heavy-duty video editing software costs $999 video cutting a new edition and only $299 to upgrade. You are going to love how great this software runs, and professionals recognize it as the must have software to edit video. The features run through all sorts of professional grade items. It has automatic settings such as, iChat Theater, Easy Export, full DVD support, limited Blu-Ray support, ProRess codecs, Native AVC-Intra Support, Alpha Transitions, New Timecode window, Improved Markers, Automatic Transfer, New Redcode Log and Transfer options. This is one of the best pieces of software to come out for anyone that is serious about video editing, but it has a serious price tag.

There is an entry-level video editing software called iMovie. Apple once again moves forward with something that even teenagers are finding useful to create high quality videos. This product comes to you as low as $79 if you are running an older Mac. It features image stabilization, editing control with precision editing, slow motion, iDVD integration, and green screen capabilities and so many different features that you don't really see in basic software. Of course, this software comes pre-loaded with new Mac computers, so you might already have this installed and not even know it. If your computer didn't come with this, then purchasing it alone is not going to cost too much.

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