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Free, simple video-editing software?


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iMovie?? Comes with Macs.
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iMovie?? Comes with Macs.
I'll second that.
Not only video, but you can also "weave" photos into your little movie production or whatever it is you're creating. Decent amount of options for transitions betweens photos and video clips too. Not bad for "free".
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try KDEnLive, Avidemux or t@b ZS4
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Dumb question sorry. iVideo is perfect. Mac really does do anything wow!
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