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Avid just announced yesterday that they have launced a video editing app for the iPad. This is a pretty radical move for a company that only years ago was on its way out of business. This $4.99 app is available in the Apple App Store, right along side Apple’s own product, iMovie. So the question is…will Avid be able to knock iMovie out of the video editing app spotlight?
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I like to think that the makers of Avid Media Composer breathed a huge sigh of relief and poured a champagne toast when the negative reviews for Apple’s Final Cut Pro X started streaming in. This is their chance; the chance to make Avid a front runner in the video editing world once again. But will their strategy to capitalize on the disappointed professional editor work? And more importantly, should you jump on the Avid bandwagon?
Picking the right video editing software is no easy task, and it can definitely be a big investment. If you’re looking for a professional quality editing system, there are a few top contenders for you to consider. Here are our opinions on today’s best video editing software:
There are tons of different file formats for video out there, but how do you know you have the one that will work with your software?
We’ve compiled a list to make sure you know which formats are supported by some of today’s most popular editing and presentation programs.