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  1. #1
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    Video editing software

    I'm not sure where to post this...

    Anyway, my video camera records video onto a built-in 30GB HDD in MPG format.

    I need some good quality software for video editing. The software MUST SUPPORT MPG FORMAT VIDEO.

    I've tried Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 but MPG is not supported. I am in the process of downloading Adobe Premiere Elements 3 but I'm not sure how that will work out with the MPG situation.

    Help would be greatly appreciated and if you find me a good program for editing MPGs you will get madd propz from me for sure.

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    Sony Vegas, adobe premiere, and mircosofts windows movie maker 2.

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    Windows movie maker should work, but it's a major pain if you're trying to do anything advanced.

    I think Premiere elements 3 should work pretty well though. I bought the full version a while back and I still haven't opened a video file it doesn't support. (it also supports .swf and .gif, but it won't replace flash any time soon)

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    Try a programme called Pinnacle, i often use that and it is really easy to use to make your videos in.


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    It's possible to use Adobe Imageready CS2. :P But, it takes an extremely long time to open videos. But of course, when it is opened, you can do anything you want to it, as if you were editing every frame in Photoshop.
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