A Top-Notch editing program would be Adobe Premiere. But get ready to shell out $550 USD. Download a tryout version here:
I've personally used Ulead Video Studio:
and MGI VideoWave:
Both have their shortcomings, but can be purchased for $50-$100 USD. I prefer VideoWave over VideoStudio, (easier to use), but VideoStudio supports timeline editing where VideoWave does not.
Another option would be VideoFramer:
I tried an earlier version of this about a year ago and had problems, but there is a newer verion out now.
Jesus! Now that`s an expensive hobby! I could build a new system for that!
Expensive? That's almost an understatement! Consider that you will also need ALOT of hard disc space. I've filled three Maxtor 40 gig drives with old family videos (in DV format), a RAID controller for no dropped frames while capturing, then a decent quality DV camera, and the FireWire card and cable for best image quality. Yep... it can get out of hand real quick! and I'm not even to the "professional" level yet.
I'll give those a try
Video Editing software
The software that came with my tv tuner is only ok. I can do fading and sound with it but not much else. I tried to put a title in it but I couldn't get it to be too specific (how long it stays up, etc.).
Is there any really good, top notch mpeg editing software out there?
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