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I use both Vegas and Final Cut Pro, and Vegas has the edge for combining power and ease, but ski219 is right. Any video editing program will allow you to define two edit points, select the region in between, delete, and join the remaining clips back together (with the option of a cross-fade of any length or a butt-splice).
any video editing program will do this. Windows Movie Maker, Adobe premier. You're probably trying to use it like an audio editing program (soundforge) But it works differently. Watch a tutorial to see what you are doing wrong.
01-31-2013 10:31 AM
Hi there, I work for muvee (the creators of automatic video editing software), and muvee Reveal X will let you cut out clips and join them with a simple click of a thumbs down for the portions you dont want. Depending on file type, we also just released Turbo Video Cutter which is strictly for trimming HD videos and stitching them back together. Both have free trials. Hope that helps! http://www.muvee.com
04-15-2013 05:48 AM
Fran Guidry wrote:
REAPER can do it if you load the necessary codecs. Fran
I have Reaper as my DAW. Can you tell me more? I'm a noob so please be very specific and explain like you would a four year old.... thanks!
04-16-2013 10:42 AM
I use reaper. You can do simple stuff in reaper, but it is NOT a video editor.
Get Sony Vegas Studio. It's cheaper than Reaper (<$50) and will do pro-level stuff.
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