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    Default Best software for making Youtube videos

    Hey guys.

    I wana make some Youtube videos for my tracks that I'm making.

    Can anyone recommend me some simple software for mac that I can use?

    I dont wana do anythin fancy, just have my track playing and a few images appearing on the screen.

    Leme know.
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    Microsoft Movie Editor.
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    imovie

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    Why not just use iMovie?
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    nvm what I said...... I dont read everything sometimes
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    Quote Originally Posted by brocklambert View Post
    Why not just use iMovie?
    Ah good point, just got my mac a few weeks ago...havent tried it yet....is it to just use that you think?
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    imovie rocks. its so good they decided to replace the new Final Cut Pro with it.

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    i made this pretty basic movie a few months ago with the last verison of imovie(one that shipped with the mid-2010 mbp):

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqTIDYCmXq8

    you can use quicktime to do a video capture of whatever you're working on in your computer. and then integrate the video from another camera into imovie with the screen video.

    syncing the audio isn't that hard either. just takes some practice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESSBEEDEE View Post
    Ah good point, just got my mac a few weeks ago...havent tried it yet....is it to just use that you think?
    iMovie is great... very easy to use, but allows some rather complex editing if you choose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sardu View Post
    imovie rocks. its so good they decided to replace the new Final Cut Pro with it.
    U sure?
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