I set my laptop up to dual-boot with Ubuntu, which is free, and now use Kdenlive, which is also free, and simple to use but powerful enough to deal with everything I throw at it so far.
Still waiting on PArchives volume four
Premier is good, bit more complicated to use but if you have used ps, ai or indes it's quite intuitive. Colour correction is sooo much better, however, I guess if you were serious about colour correction you would use divinci resolve.
oh - if your machine is a bit inadequate
Thanks for advice Lagers think I might need chest freezer to keep this bad boy cool.
I always found Sony Vegas to be fairly intuitive
If you use Vegas you also get the pleasure of using the tutorials made by this amazing guy.
I looked at this a while ago (think I asked Cowboyhat) and downloaded Shotcut, though I haven't actually used it yet.Although Lightworks now seems like a more obvious choice.http://www.techradar.com/news/software/applications/the-best-free-video-editor-1330136
so that they should sync seamlessly when passing files between the two.
Quote from: jfdm on April 27, 2017, 01:57:13 pmso that they should sync seamlessly when passing files between the two.Be a first.
Creative Cloud for teacher £16 a month, use photoshop loads at work so might be a good way to go, although supposed to quite slow on mac.
you can do proxy editing with Premier Pro, so might be OK (apart from rendering, but you can leave the machine overnight to do that)
Thanks though lagers have proxys in mind when editing large files.You seem to know a lot about video, dabbler or pro?
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