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    decent video editing software?

    Hopefully this is the closest to the "correct subforum" for this question. Anyone have any suggestions for a basic/decent video editing software? I want to try and do some "arc shot" videos, nothing too fancy as I'm not going to do this full-time or anything, just want to perhaps record a few welding runs and post them up on YouTube, and add captions and basic stuff like that, perhaps some splicing. If the software is free, that would be great as well. I use Windows 10 64-bit, Home version, on an Asus G752VL. I already have a camera (that I'm still figuring out, but I'll get it eventually). Any suggestions are welcome.
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    Re: decent video editing software?

    There's a bunch of free ones on Linux. I have used Kdenlive successfully.
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    Re: decent video editing software?

    I run Linux. I only do simple editing, but I've been pretty happy with the OpenShot video editor.

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    Re: decent video editing software?

    Quote Originally Posted by dmcnally View Post
    I run Linux. I only do simple editing, but I've been pretty happy with the OpenShot video editor.

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    I'll have to try openshot out... I used to use blender and kdenlive plus a couple others but haven't kept up with all the changes in the last 2 years so I'm sure things have improved a bit

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    Re: decent video editing software?

    There's a bunch of tools right on YouTube. Upload a video and play around for a bit. You can always delete it.
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    Re: decent video editing software?

    This is the one I use with windows not a bad price and does a good job.
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    Re: decent video editing software?

    Well it's a LOT more editor than you are looking for but the latest has a "cuts" tab that might be basic enough, and it's free. Black Magic Designs, DaVinci Resolve. The price is right but it may be too big a leap. Runs on Mac, Windows, and Linux.

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    Re: decent video editing software?

    Video Pad is a good one. I really find it easy to use. https://www.techradar.com/reviews/videopad-video-editor

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    Re: decent video editing software?

    I've had Power Director recommended to me.

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