I'd like the ability to save chunks of video into individual event files, do some mild editing like credits and captions, and be able to save everything in a high quality format for viewing primarily on a computer (or be able to burn videos to DVD).
Also, if you don't like Sony as much as I do (I almost hate them), the product is Sonic's, Sony just bought them and slaped it's label on.
Sony Vegas has really come around and it is a non-linear program that won't break your wallet.
Neither the service provider nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advertisers.


Hardly any video support, oddly enough, to come with a camcorder and not a digital camera (wonder if I got the wrong CD almost). In case of trademark issues please contact the domain owner directly (contact information can be found in whois).
Windows Movie Maker 2.1 locks up on me everytime I try to setup a new import session, so I'm at a loss on 'free' software at the moment. I don't mind paying a little to get a great solution that I can use now and on a Vista PC in the near future.


I'd suggest downloading the free trials of a few different apps and tool around with it until you get the hang of it, then make your decision.
Once you get the hang of a non-linear editing program they are essentially the same and you'll feel right at home with virtually all of them.



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