I have used:
Windows Movie Maker 2 - Very good for beginners but you will grow past
QuickTime because I need it for alternative formats and I spent a
great deal of time learning to use it for a job that I had.
Ulead Video Studio 9 - Good all around program with lots of feature
for the money. This would be a step up from WMM2.
Adobe Premier Elements 1.0 - Eh, I never had the time to properly
learn how to use it - once you do it does have some great features but
to me it was not easy to crank out a video asap.
I'm now spending more time with a program called Serif MoviePlus 5. It
lets me easily & non-distructively separate audio and video, has the
export formats I need and can customize. To me is great inexpensive
It is primarily sold in the UK but I got a trial copy from a UK
Digital Video magazine sold at Borders Bookstore. You can buy it
online and the American distributor will ship it out - no overseas
Hope this helps,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "loverise2000" <LoveRise@...> wrote:
> I'm new to vlogging and I have researched many of the editing programs
> yet I just want to concentrate on learning one.
> Which program do you think would be best to learn for ease of use and
> productivity. I've had some experience using pinnacle's studio but I
> haven't used it in a few years so I'm open to using something different.
> I'm interested in knowing which program vloggers here are using and how
> they feel about the one they are using.