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Need a good video editor. Which one?
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OK, I want a video editor that allows me to save the video in multiple (?) formats, such as .avi or .mpg. Also, I tried Sony Vegas Pro, but its too complicated for me.

Note: I have Windows XP SP3.
Depending on your specs and video card, this should work out fine for you.

http://www.aiseesoft.com/download.html
How about one for a netbook; would VideoPad be good?
If you have Windows 7, get Live Movie Maker, otherwise, get the one MikeXP-Technology-solutions listed or use Camtasia Studio 7.
Originally posted by TheRPGLPer
If you have Windows 7, get Live Movie Maker, otherwise, get the one MikeXP-Technology-solutions listed or use Camtasia Studio 7.


>Camtasia Studio

/me is dead.
Try the registered version of Fraps.
Wait, FRAPS is a video editor AND a video recorder?
I doubt it would run in a netbook, right?
It records only.

It should run fine, but games will take a massive FPS hit even on good computers.
That means Nova has the top of the line computer. I want a recording tool suitable for recording games on a netbook.
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