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Hello,

I was wondering if someone can recommend me a good video editing program, not iMovie (Tried but not enough). I used Sony Vegas back in Windows to edit gaming montages, clips, etc and I need something to do the same in MAC. If possible, please recommend me the best ones out there. Looking forward to the replies, thanks in advance.

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Check out Final Cut Express. It's somewhere between iMovie and Final Cut Studio (which would probably be overkill for you, but is certainly best in class).

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Check out Final Cut Express. It's somewhere between iMovie and Final Cut Studio (which would probably be overkill for you, but is certainly best in class).
Agreed. Unless FCE isn't enough, then step up to FCS... but it's gonna cost ya.
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I like Adobe Premiere Pro.
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I also used to use sony vegas when i had a windows PC, but now i'm using final cut express and I like it a lot. It's a little different than vegas, so you might want to read/watch a few tutorials. I found this quick reference guide for FCE that's been useful to me.
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