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Good dvd editor which is free

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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
Hi,
Can anyone rec a good dvd editor that costs nothing? just basic function of being able to take certain parts from home movies to build a compilation will do,

thanx guys
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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#1
I'm not sure that there are any free ones.

My daughters an editor and she uses a prog called 'Womble' for taking sections from dvd'd, but it's not free, sorry.
#2
Amuse me - This is a related, but also unrelated question.

If it was possible for you to use the services of a professional piece of DVD editing software for a low fee at an hourly rate (I.e. the length of time you were using it), would you use it? It's not free, but it's theoretically cheaper than buying the software for yourself.

(Not an actual solution, but amuse me if you will :))
#3
If you are using Windows XP it has movie maker built in. Not the best editor, but you can edit the video, add stills, and music or voiceovers.It's ideal for making youtube video's
#4
DragonChris
Amuse me - This is a related, but also unrelated question.

If it was possible for you to use the services of a professional piece of DVD editing software for a low fee at an hourly rate (I.e. the length of time you were using it), would you use it? It's not free, but it's theoretically cheaper than buying the software for yourself.

(Not an actual solution, but amuse me if you will :))


Prob not as in the long run would be cheaper to buy the software.
#5
jaclec
If you are using Windows XP it has movie maker built in. Not the best editor, but you can edit the video, add stills, and music or voiceovers.It's ideal for making youtube video's


Thanx, didnt even think of it lol.
#6
rbquk
Prob not as in the long run would be cheaper to buy the software.


Say in the event of a one off, or not prolonged period?
#7
jaclec
If you are using Windows XP it has movie maker built in. Not the best editor, but you can edit the video, add stills, and music or voiceovers.It's ideal for making youtube video's


I'm not sure that movie maker will decode dvd to rip the sections, but I've never tried ?
#8
iMovie all the way!

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