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Movies and Video For people making movies and editing video with their Mac.

Simple, basic, easy video editor


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I need a simple to use, free or cheap (around $15-$20) basic video editor for my macbook. All I want or need to do is link video clips and add some tittle pages. I was going to get iMovie but then I read all these complaints about problems. Is there a simple to use basic editor out there better than iMovie, or is imovie it? thanks.
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Most of the complaints about imovie are from users who dont like the new version

If you are new to the program you are unlikely to have any problems

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you are right. downloaded it and haven't had a bit of trouble.
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some of the complaints are just because people don't like that verson as they are accustomed to the old one.
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iMovie is about as simple and full featured you will get for free. I mean, its great program and easy to use. I just recently upgraded to Final Cut Pro X, but that was for some of the more professional tools I needed.


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