#1 Edited by BaneFireLord (3078 posts) -

I'm looking to do a little dabbling in amateur filmmaking during the upcoming school year and need some recommendations for a strong, full featured PC editing program that won't wipe out my bank account. Something beginner friendly, with a pre-existing tutorial and support base would be preferable, since I am a complete novice when it comes to using such software (with the exception of some iMovie projects back in early high school).

Thanks in advance!

#2 Posted by Hamst3r (4826 posts) -

You should try out the trial version of Adobe Premiere.

You can also get a monthly "subscription" to it for $30/mo. Less if you commit to a year or use your student discount.

I haven't tried out the subscription version of Premiere, so I don't know if it differs in any way from the boxed product, but I think it would be worth a shot.

#3 Edited by jimmy_p (279 posts) -

Why would anyone except companies purchase legitimate software? I'm just saying.

#4 Posted by Sagalla (232 posts) -

Premiere... If that is too expensive or you don't want to pirate it then there is also Sony Vegas on PC, otherwise the best simple editor is the older iMovie HD on a mac.