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Hey everyone. I recently got a gift card to a specific store, and I have been in need of a video editing program. I plan to use it for my filmed clips with my camcorder, adding music, and splicing in clips from other things.

 

MyDVD Video Lab 10 is the only video editing program the store in question has in stock. Is this program good enough for the uses I need?

 

I was reading some online reviews and I found quite a few complaints, but I figured I'd rather ask this community before I make my decision.

 

oh and I have windows vista.

 

Thanks in advance :)

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Hey everyone. I recently got a gift card to a specific store, and I have been in need of a video editing program. I plan to use it for my filmed clips with my camcorder, adding music, and splicing in clips from other things.

 

MyDVD Video Lab 10 is the only video editing program the store in question has in stock. Is this program good enough for the uses I need?

 

I was reading some online reviews and I found quite a few complaints, but I figured I'd rather ask this community before I make my decision.

 

oh and I have windows vista.

 

Thanks in advance :)

 

It will do that. What camcorder do you have and what computer? Is the camcorder digital with a Firewire jack or does it burn to a memory card or disc? If so, you are OK, if not, you'll need an A/D converter. Same thing if you want to capture from a VHS player. Roxio sells a USB device for this.

 

I you want more (audio ripping and burning, back up, burning data to disc, etc.) then consider the full version of Creator 2010 with the USB device. It is considerably more but I bet the store will get it for you. Or, if you are a member of Cosco, get their version that includes the USB device. Save the gift card for some good DVDs and other supplies.

 

Make sure your computer far exceeds the minimum requirements.

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Thanks for the reply.

 

My computer exceeds the requirements and my camcorder is a canon FS200. it has its own usb and uploads all videos I record onto my computer. So I can just click and drag those files into the program correct? same with any other movie files? since I plan to add clips from shows etc.

 

and I dont plan to burn to dvd's or anything like that. Just youtube.

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