Video editing software allows you to capture (import) your video footage and then edit it into a movie. You can cut and delete unwanted scenes, add images and background audio, or add text titles. Some advanced packages also allow you to create effects or enhance your footage, for example by carrying out colour correction.
There are numerous video software packages available - some are quite simple and offer basic editing tools, whereas others are industry standard and used by professionals.
A community-driven website created by users of Windows Movie Maker. It is featured on the Microsoft Windows XP Expert Zone website.
Apple's tutorial page for iMovie. A well-written introduction to the software.
The software authors' website. An outline of Pinnacle Studio's features.
Ulead's Learning Center offering tutorials for the latest version of MediaStudio Pro as well as earlier versions.
Premiere tips and tutorials from the Adobe website, covering basic to advanced level.
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