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chris.goodhueFinal Cut Pro is pretty good as well, I tried it for a while but like premiere better..haven't used it in a few years maybe its better now who knows?
G-Bolaso i have started filming this year, and I have mainly been editing with imovie cause its free and easy to you. looking to take editing to the next step. looking for a more advanced software than imovie thats rather cheap and pretty easy to use because im still a beginer. and what is the best way to learn to use a new software?
rballs_You can easily download a lot of editing software for free safely. Just look up "How to download *insert software here* for free" on YouTube, click the one with the highest amount of views/likes, and follow the steps.
My personal favorite is Sony Vegas Pro, mostly because I find it generally easy to use, and has nice controls/shortcuts, but I think that's because I'm used to it. Adobe Premiere is nice because After Effects and such is integrates nicely with it, but when I tried to switch, I couldn't stand the controls and shortcuts (I know you can change shortcuts, but it's just a lil' annoying).