I use it to edit all my videos, even for paid gigs. (Examples here and here).
Download the trial and have a look at this page and this page (scroll down) for a series of video tutorials on how to edit your web clips. You'll find stuff about:
- Secondary color correction (modifying only one color in your shot)
- Working with keyframes (defining time ranges for certain effects)
- Mask effects (defining certain areas in the video where an effect is applied)
- How to create a backgroud song with Soundtrack Maker
The best video editing software is the one that you know how to use.
So then the next question is this: How fast can you master a new video editing software?
The faster, the better. That's why Magix still ranks number 1 for me. Everything makes sense, especially if you're new to video editing and you don't need to unlearn another software.
Maybe it's just me but I think a good video has nothing to do with the program you're working in. It's mostly about the subject, the storytelling and the editing itself (how you make the cuts). The program is secondary as long as it has the features you need and you know how to use it to its full capacity.
What do you want to know?
If there's anything I can help you with, regarding video editing, just let me know by dropping a comment or by contacting me.
I'm here to help.
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