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

something like Final Cut Express


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is there a video editing software similar to the functionality of final cut express? (more than imovie)
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is there a video editing software similar to the functionality of final cut express? (more than imovie)
I know if two Final Cut Pro Suite, Adobe Premier. They are more expensive.
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Final Cut express is probably your next step up from iMovie, but there are some third party effects for iMovie that might work for you. I think by gthree...someone can correct me on this if need be.

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Final Cut express is probably your next step up from iMovie, but there are some third party effects for iMovie that might work for you. I think by gthree...someone can correct me on this if need be.

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No you are correct.Here is the link:http://www.geethree.com/support/supportslick.html
They have G3 (slick 4 hollywood edition now).These transitions give you a ton of choices.I purchased them some time ago and have been very pleased.
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