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    What To Use? Please Help**

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    What To Use? Please Help**
    Whats a good program to edit videos and stuff? like if i had a video, and i wanted ot edit it and add music in and stuff.. what would be a good programe..

    thanks

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    What To Use? Please Help**
    BlindingLights's Avatar
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    Quicktime Pro is fine... $30 download straight from Apple.
    the back of our computer looks better than the front of theirs


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    i can store many dvds on 1 floppy so it's essential to me

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    What To Use? Please Help**

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    i just got toast titanium 6.0.7
    when i click spin doctor, it says (This application requires Toast 6 Titanium or later to run on your system. The application will now quit.)

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    iMovie is fantastic. I don't know if QT Pro will suit your needs, it'll just about scratch the corner but iMovie makes it fun and easy.
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    What To Use? Please Help**
    BlindingLights's Avatar
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    iMac 17" Intel Core Duo 1.83GHz 512 MB Ram 128 vRAM 60GB HD
    Toast is for BURNING discs. Go with iMovie, like yogi said (it's a good program), or just get QT Pro.
    the back of our computer looks better than the front of theirs


    Quote Originally Posted by Super_boy22
    i can store many dvds on 1 floppy so it's essential to me

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    What To Use? Please Help**
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    imovie is easiest, you have it for free. Using quicktime is a pain in the butt....don't try

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