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Old 27th September 2009, 13:21   #46
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See I have many OTR Videos but background audio has many interesting talk which I guess is against the forum rule so I need to be edit background audio talk.
Ah ok.

If you're on Windows XP - i'd suggest Windows movie maker, only because its probably already on your system, so will be the quickest and easiest option!

Its not the most feature filled program, but it will do fine for putting an MP3 as the background music to your video, and then compressing the video to WMV.

One possible deal breaker - it won't allow you to import .mov files (incase thats what your cam produces).

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PS - Heres a video tutorial on how to add audio (there are many on youtube).
(Just make sure the TASKS button on the toolbar is selected in the movie maker program - it will show that useful left side menu)

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Reviving a very old thread.

Whats the most user-friendly program to edit videos for the Windows platform? I am looking to edit a video I had shot on my mobile - 3gp video. I also want the feature to remove certain frames from the video. Something free would be great!
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I also want the feature to remove certain frames from the video. Something free would be great!
Windows movie maker (which comes with some versions of Windows 7) is pretty decent and straightforward.

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Windows movie maker (which comes with some versions of Windows 7) is pretty decent and straightforward.

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Ah, not sure if it is installed on my machine. Will check. I am running Windows 7 Ultimate. Thanks!

EDIT - see that it is available for a free download. Will check it out.

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You may also try Lightworks:
http://www.lwks.com/index.php?option...oad&Itemid=206
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Whats the most user-friendly program to edit videos for the Windows platform? I am looking to edit a video I had shot on my mobile - 3gp video. I also want the feature to remove certain frames from the video. Something free would be great!
I use a software called videopad editor by nch software. It is not free but the trial is a full version. Use it to edit my dash cam videos. Handles large size full HD videos comfortably. Lot of options. Quite impressed with it.
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Hi friends,

bumped to this thread, and didn't see much activity herein since a while.
In today's times we see hundreds of video daily being uploaded & shared on the social media circles, and several options has emerged. Even the action cam vendors have started providing their video editing software!

Though Im not really into video editing, I have few times used Windows Movie Maker. Recently came across a nice product "BLENDER" (free & open source). Its far more than any regular video editing tool, as it can do rendering, modelling, 3D, animation etc. After seeing a tutorial video, once I did try my hands, and it seems easy, but really very vast. I didnt pursue it actually.

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Recently came across a nice product "BLENDER" (free & open source). Its far more than any regular video editing tool, as it can do rendering, modelling, 3D, animation etc. After seeing a tutorial video, once I did try my hands, and it seems easy, but really very vast. I didnt pursue it actually.
Wow. It is installed on my Linux system, and (not that I much take/edit videos anyway) have never thought to look at it as it seems very powerful, and with a frightening learning curve. Had also thought it was just for the 3-D and animation work.
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