What’s a good freeware video editing program? I have some AVI files that I’d like to edit down a bit, but I don’t have the software to do it. I just need something pretty basic here; all I’m looking to do is isolate the two minutes I want out of a five-minute-long file.
I appear to have completely lost all of my tech marbles this weekend. First off, they’re not AVI files but MOV files, so Windows Movie Maker won’t do the job. But Nero 8, which I’ve had installed on my computer for several months now, will. And I knew this. So why did I ask the original question? Because apparently this weekend I’m a complete doofus.
Thanks for the responses, though. I do appreciate the attempts to help.
Doesn’t Windows ship with Windows Movie Maker? See if that will do it for you. Otherwisehow big are the files? Cause, I know a guy…
Windows Movie Maker…easy…that is if you have Windows…
Avid also has a free program…
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