You can try Adobe Elements, Final Cut Pro, Adobe After Effect.. etc. You can download the free trial. They are all good and much more things you can do on it.
Well said. But that can be said for almost all Adobe or even professional DCC products.Until you have figured out how AE works, the trial period is already over.
i figured out how iMovie since 08 works by working with FCP XWell said. But that can be said for almost all Adobe or even professional DCC products.
To this day, I can't figure out iMovie, though I learned video editing via Premiere (long before it became "Pro") and Avid Media Composer.
i figured out how iMovie since 08 works by working with FCP X
No, it was not a snide comment.I hope that was not a snide comment to the greatest departure of how we will edit non-linear in the future?
Anyway, FCP X is easier to figure out for me, I guess, one can reverse engineer the necessary steps to iMovie. We'll see what FCP X brings, as it shows some promises.
If they could pair the best of Avid MC with the best of FCP X (which will be subjective nonetheless), that would be quite some fubar bastard child.