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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukuleleblues View Post
    I am looking for some inexpensive video editing software that is a bit better than Windows movie maker and will accept Flip (non-HD) video files without convering them. I want to edit video, add sync sound from a field recorder (zoom H2) and them save the completed movie in a format YouTube wil accept. What is everyone using for that?
    I can do all that on Windows MM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UKISOCIETY View Post
    I can do all that on Windows MM.
    The big difference is with MM you have to convert your mov and Mp4 files to a compatible format first before you import them. Takes too long and and fills up drive space with a lot of redundant junk. The main thing I wanted to accomplish was use my native MP4 (flip) and Mov recordings in a editor. If MM would do that I would not be looking. It's too bad as MM worked fine otherwise.

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    Hi Nwdglo111,

    The thread you commented on is 10 years old. You're not alone, I've done that as well—more than once.

    As you can imagine, software has changed a lot in ten years. I use a Mac.
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    I do all of my video editing on my iPad on an amazing app called Luma Fusion. I think it is $30 or so now...but I do all of the ukulele play alongs with it, as well as all the other material I create. It works extremely well and makes great use out of a touch interface for editing videos.
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    Oops.... missed the “age” of original post . Maybe others will benefit .... -> Look into DaVinci Resolve v16... probably the most robust video editor available for free. Look for YouTube channel of Casey Farris for his tutorials.... beginner to pro.
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