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MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 15 Silver For FREE (again ?)
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April 2, 2010
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Jeanjean
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MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 15 is a professional video editing software that lets you easily edit videos, movies, photos, and audio from a wide range of sources.

Download : http://store.v3.co.uk/?act=details&id=2393

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April 2, 2010
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It has been free for a while as far as I know.

April 2, 2010
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this is the most brilliant software i have used in a long time!i downloaded it last year when you had it , i nearly fell of my chair with excitement thinking it was version 16 on offer, alas i was wrong.thanks a million Ashraf for bring us such out of this world software.Long may it continue.Any chance of a freebie from corel or cyberlink?

ami
April 2, 2010
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No Windows 7 (64bit). Bummer. Sounds like it would have been fun to try.

From the download page, tech specs tab:


Platform   Windows 7 (32 bit)

Windows Vista (32 bit)

Windows XP

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April 2, 2010
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@ Ami, [from South Africa]

Welcome, Ami.

BTW, I’ve just started to view a new series on Animal Planet (not ALL ‘geeks’ are only interested in computers!), & it is about a man from “Deep in the heart of South Africa,” who rescues chimps from all around & he & his family own a huge sanctuary to rehabilitate them; some chimps are many years old & had never touched the earth from their tiny cages, & had never climbed a tree, were starved & tortured, etc……It’s called, “Escape to Chimp Eden.”

“……..the Jane Goodall Institute’s Chimp Eden Sanctuary is a place of rebirth and renewal for more than two dozen chimps, most of whom suffered horrible lives in human captivity.
 Sanctuary Director Eugene Cussons has traveled throughout Africa at great personal risk to give these chimps the chance of a meaningful and fulfilling life. “

Have you heard of this, or know where it is?

There’s nothing better than having your faith–even if only temporarily–in humanity reinforced, or restored!

your pal

Al

 

Life is just a phase you're going through…you'll get over it.
April 2, 2010
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@ BrotherWolf: Hey there! In regards to the the non-compatibility with Win 7 64-bit comps – I have trouble believing that so many products still aren’t compatible … When I installed Win 7 last year, I deliberately chose 32 bit precisely because of this issue. I wonder how long it’s going to take …

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April 3, 2010
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@ BrotherWolf: Given that Magix is not going to work for you, I’ve been doing a bit of hunting around for some alternatives that might be worth checking out (although I’m not sure if all are 64-bit compatible, but they might be worth a look):

Avidemux (open source) and arguably the best freeware video editor: http://fixounet.free.fr/avidemux/

Cinefx (open source): http://www.cinefx.org/cinefx/

AVI Trimmer: http://www.solveigmm.com/?Products&p=AVITrimmer

ZS4 Video Editor: http://www.zs4.net/downloads?PHPSESSID=7d797b9cfdaf23b13b01dbe6b4289a74

AVIedit: http://www.am-soft.ru/aviedit.html

And, of course, there’s always Windows MovieMaker.

Hope you can find something that works!

 

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April 3, 2010
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@phoenix_rising: tnx for the suggestions. ive tried some of them before, but not all. i will give them a look.

i use cyberlink powerdirector for my main editing program, which does most of what i want to do, but am always on the look out for effects or transitions from other programs that powerdirector doesn’t do. i guess i look more as a hobby than as a need since powerdirector is still the main editior i use.

i do use windows moviemaker from time to time when all i want to do is a simple slap-together video that i don’t care if it looks a little rough (by my standards).

 

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April 3, 2010
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yourpalal said:

@ Ami, [from South Africa]

Welcome, Ami.

BTW, I’ve just started to view a new series on Animal Planet (not ALL ‘geeks’ are only interested in computers!), & it is about a man from “Deep in the heart of South Africa,” who rescues chimps from all around & he & his family own a huge sanctuary to rehabilitate them; some chimps are many years old & had never touched the earth from their tiny cages, & had never climbed a tree, were starved & tortured, etc……It’s called, “Escape to Chimp Eden.”

“……..the Jane Goodall Institute’s Chimp Eden Sanctuary is a place of rebirth and renewal for more than two dozen chimps, most of whom suffered horrible lives in human captivity.
 Sanctuary Director Eugene Cussons has traveled throughout Africa at great personal risk to give these chimps the chance of a meaningful and fulfilling life. “

Have you heard of this, or know where it is?

There’s nothing better than having your faith–even if only temporarily–in humanity reinforced, or restored!

your pal

Al

 


WE live in this country, unfortunately for me i am indian and there are no opportunities for us, hence black empowerment. i know were and where you are talking about yes.its a very ambitious project.:smile:
ami
April 3, 2010
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@ BrotherWolf: I’ll keep an eye out for some programs like that and post if I come across any. Happy editing!

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April 3, 2010
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I have heard Windows Movie Maker is pretty good for non-professional video editing.

 

Being a noob in this field, can anyone reaffirm that statement?

April 3, 2010
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@ BrotherWolf: Have you tried these before? They look like they also might be more what you’re looking for in terms of effects and transitions as well as general editing:

Mewa Film (“Editorial, Effects and Finishing software application”):
http://mewafilm.blogspot.com/

AviTricks Video Editor: http://www.bobyte.com/AviTricks/index.asp

Open Movie Editor: http://www.openmovieeditor.org/

AVCHD Editing (Includes up to 300 special video effects, transitions and various ready
presets of dynamic overlay effects): http://www.avchdediting.com/

Again, I don’t know if these are in the ballpark, but they might be worth a look anyway.

 

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April 3, 2010
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Jyo said:

I have heard Windows Movie Maker is pretty good for non-professional video editing.

Being a noob in this field, can anyone reaffirm that statement?


 

As a total noob to video editing myself, I used it for the first time a couple of weeks ago for a presentation. And yes, for complete non-pros like myself, it was really easy. Can’t say James Cameron is shaking in his boots! But for a basic presentation such as mine, it was fine.

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April 3, 2010
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I’m running 64bit Win7 and I didn’t have any trouble installing and running this product. A lot of products don’t run in native 64bit but that does mean they don’t run. I know I have a lot more programs in my “Program Files(x86)” directory (where win7 puts 32bit programs by default) than I do in my “Program Fikes” directory where Win7 puts the native 64bit programs.

April 3, 2010
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Jyo said:

I have heard Windows Movie Maker is pretty good for non-professional video editing.

 

Being a noob in this field, can anyone reaffirm that statement?


 

Jyo: I’ve done a lot, let me stress that,   a   lot   of video editing for money, sometimes not much money, but still, a paying gig is a paying gig.

Windows Movie Maker is definitely good for average “home movie” making. It has a good selection of transitions and effects that are easy to apply to your video. Most of them can be adjusted in a couple different ways too. 

You can also put whatever text you’d like on screen. Although that is a little trickier than using transitions.

My suggestion is to make a practice video before you try to make a serious one. Just “play” around and try everything out. Don’t be concerned with how the final product looks.

Then when you make one that you want to keep, it’ll happen quicker and with less wasted time and effort.

Lastly, and most importantly, have fun with whatever you’re editing! Like I’ve heard said before: If it ain’t fun, what’s the point?

 

Karen: Interesting. Maybe I’ll give it a try too. I made the assumption that it wouldn’t run on 7-64 based on their site. I know better than to do that, but did it anyway.

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April 3, 2010
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@phoenix_rising & BrotherWolf

Thanks for your kind replies. Strangely, I thought I had Windows Movie Maker on my Vista Home Premium laptop, but now that I went to look for it, it’s not there. But it’s on my Xp Home computer. Wasn’t it suppose to come bundled with Vista?

April 3, 2010
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Well MS doesn’t use Windows Movie Maker anymore… download their new Windows Live Movie Maker.

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April 4, 2010
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Locutus said:

Well MS doesn’t use Windows Movie Maker anymore… download their new Windows Live Movie Maker.


I thought it was bundled with Vista but it isn’t with Win7. But like Locutus said, you can get a free Windows Live account and download it.

April 4, 2010
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@Karen:  I too thought it was bundled with Vista, but whatever! Yell

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