What would be a good video editor for small business use?
SilverHawk 1 year ago
We have to produce web video on a fairly regular basis and have been using the crummy (technical term) video editing software that came with the camera. None of us were in the AV Crowd in school, and we just have to make the occasional serviceable web video, we are not trying to be the next Terrence Malick. Still the free software that was included causes us to spend unnecessary time editing because it is just so clunky. We don't need a lot of bells and whistles for our purposes, so a professional editing suite would be overkill and a waste of money. What would be a good option for software that would be appropriate for our amateur cameraman/editors to use to easily produce decent video?
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