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Simple Video Creation (On Mac)

Discussion in 'Graphic & Web Design' started by Toastking, Jan 31, 2015.

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    Toastking

    Toastking Trainee Lab Tech

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    Good afternoon all was wondering if any of you might be able to provide me with a recommendation for some good and/or cheap software for creating video content? I need it to work on Mac

    I am wavering between using Powerpoint and just coping with its limitations or even Easy Sketch Pro 2 which I found online via Warrior Forums.

    I dont need to do anything outstanding but I want to be able to add in things like watermarks and text, if possible be able to insert 'slides' between videos or potentially animations (if something like the whiteboard software) so that I can explain things between videos.

    If anyone has any recommendations that'd be fantastic.
     
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    UKBL-Admin

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    Hello,

    If it comes to novice-level video editing I STRONGLY recommend Sony Vegas. Not a free software, but I think there is a trial version.
    Honestly, I've tried a few but nothing beats this, unless you need to do really complicated stuff.
     
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    harryvent

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    Try Final cut pro it helps to create video and adding attractive effects.
     

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