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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Feb 2016
    Twin Cities Area, Minnesota


    If you have an iOS device and iMovie doesn’t cut it for you (iMovie is free on Mac and iOS, and is surprisingly good on iOS), I have been using Luma Fusion to edit all of my videos and I would highly recommend it. If you see any of my videos, I need a way to have multiple video sources at one time, and Luma Fusion allows for 3 (for me: background, text, and a “follow the chord” cursor). It isn’t free, but it costs very little compared to PC/Mac paid video editing software. I know that is out of the thread...but someone might be reading and wondering what is out there and good (great) to use with their mobile device. I can’t speak to Android, but I can address iOS.
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  2. #12
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    JoCo, NC (near Raleigh)


    I agree Choriguy. LumaFusion has added features since my #2 post and it now does everything I need it to do and more. Sure, there are more powerful desktop packages costing hundreds more, but for my needs, I agree with you that I can't recommend it highly enough.
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  3. #13
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
    Bainbridge Island WA


    Quote Originally Posted by Croaky Keith View Post
    Usually, it just imports & edits pre recorded sound & film clips.

    If you want to record, usually best to use a video recorder, camera, or cellphone.

    You can also normally import sound files & add pictures as well as video clips.
    Interesting! Most camcorders I've looked at don't take an external mic until you get to the high end models, and since a lot of video effects kinda detract from the music performance I think I'll stick with my current setup (recording on a laptop with external mic and camera). But I might look around for some better video creation software as windows movie maker is not liking my Win 10 machine at all!

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