What's the easiest editing software for AMV's specifically?

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What's the easiest editing software for AMV's specifically?

Postby GeorgeAMV » Mon Dec 14, 2009 12:41 am

Just wondering.
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Re: What's the easiest editing software for AMV's specifically?

Postby Enigma » Mon Dec 14, 2009 12:47 am

Depends on experience and preference.
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Re: What's the easiest editing software for AMV's specifically?

Postby seasons » Mon Dec 14, 2009 1:52 am

Try Windows Movie maker today and see how it works for you.
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Re: What's the easiest editing software for AMV's specifically?

Postby Nikaido » Mon Dec 14, 2009 2:07 am

WMM suuucks... iMovie works much better but is still limited to the one video plane (the last I know), so you may want to set your sites on Vegas.
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Re: What's the easiest editing software for AMV's specifically?

Postby rteker » Mon Dec 14, 2009 6:12 am

I, myself, use Sony's Vegas Movie Studio (planning to upgrade soon though), its pretty decent program. I've used it for all my works so far.
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Re: What's the easiest editing software for AMV's specifically?

Postby Otohiko » Mon Dec 14, 2009 10:35 am

If you're a windows user, WMM is the most easily-accessible software.

However if you want better capabilities and can afford a program in the range of $60-100 (which ANYONE should, really) - Sony Vegas Movie Studio, Magix Movie Edit and Adobe Premiere Elements are all in that price range and are full-featured editors.

There's no real difference in "for AMVs specifically". AMVs tend to use more a bit more in the way of editing tools than most kinds of editing, but it really depends on your editing ideas and style - I would say for 90% of people, there's nothing they would need that Premiere Elements doesn't have. If you're interested in making the next big 3D effects-fest however, chances are you will need something a little more complex.

If you've not done any kind of editing and not sure if you even want to, start experimenting with WMM. Else start with one of the three I mentioned - they're well-suited to most editing scenarios.
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Re: What's the easiest editing software for AMV's specifically?

Postby guardiansoulblade » Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:57 pm

I found it was really easy for me to use Corel VideoStudio Pro X2, it's better than WMM and not too expensive for me either.
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Re: What's the easiest editing software for AMV's specifically?

Postby KeroFaria » Sat Dec 19, 2009 4:39 am

For beginners, I think WMM is the best choice coz it's very easy to use. Otherwise I think Adobe Premiere or Sony Vegas can provide you anything you want.... with some additional plug-ins of course! :wink:
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