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whats hte best program to edit videos? i hear i movie is pretty good.. is that true?? what else is good? EDIT:
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Toast is not a video editing program.

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o okay.. so whats a good one?
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iMovie is great for basic stuff... If you are wanting to move towards something a little more professional Final Cut Express is a great way to go. It will get you most of the basic features of Final Cut Pro which is Apple's premier editing software... it will get you familiar using a non-linear editor without the higher cost.

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will some one be kind enoguh to edit it for me? i just want a titile when it first ocmes on and some music.. thanks..
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will some one be kind enoguh to edit it for me? i just want a titile when it first ocmes on and some music.. thanks..
iMovie will do that for you. It is very easy to use, and pretty self explainatory to use.

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i dont have it.. when i reformatted my comp, it deleted it ..and its not on the re install discs..
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What Mac do you have? Did you get it new? What version of OSX is your install disc?
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i got it in sept .. osx 10.4.6
i called apple care but they said that it should be on the discs but its not :/
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i have adobe creative suite 2.. wil anything in there hlep me?
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went to the apple store today and they gave me ilife for free .. i love mac
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