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Question: Best video editor?


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hello. guys I want the best video editor in mac. I'm using sony vegas in my pc but I want a program just like sony vegas for mac, with cool effects.
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you are going to be looking at Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro from Apple

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you are going to be looking at Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro from Apple
yes u r right, but final cut pro is so expensive. I think I will look for it on the internet for free. thank you
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yes u r right, but final cut pro is so expensive. I think I will look for it on the internet for free. thank you
VisualHub is considered by many to be the best there is - or was, seeing it was discontinued - but it's still about ... Visual Hub Still the Best Free Video Converter for Mac | OS X, Software and Applications. Look carefully for the download link, use at your own risk of course.

Sorry - should have read your post more carefully, VH is a video converter, not editor, but you may still find it useful.

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VisualHub is considered by many to be the best there is - or was, seeing it was discontinued - but it's still about ... Visual Hub Still the Best Free Video Converter for Mac | OS X, Software and Applications. Look carefully for the download link, use at your own risk of course.

Sorry - should have read your post more carefully, VH is a video converter, not editor, but you may still find it useful.
yes i'm looking for video editor, but thank you this will help me later
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I used to use Vegas too, then made the switch to final cut with my mac. It's a great application and if you are good with Vegas it shouldn't take long for you to figure out final cut. I used this: http://manuals.info.apple.com/en/Fin...D_QuickRef.pdf
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Final Cut Pro is awesome! And I think it's against forum rules to talk about illegal downloading, if that's what you meant by looking for it on the internet for free.
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thank you very much guys for your help. i think i will use final cut pro
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