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Old 04-22-2019, 11:35 AM
 
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Currently, I am in the market for a new MacBook. Currently, I have a couple of 10 year old Windows Laptops that work great but they have Windows Movie Maker (which is an outdated/limited/discontinued video editing program).


What video editing software comes with new Macbooks and do most people find it easy for a novice to use with a lot of features?
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Old 04-22-2019, 05:47 PM
 
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Currently, I am in the market for a new MacBook. Currently, I have a couple of 10 year old Windows Laptops that work great but they have Windows Movie Maker (which is an outdated/limited/discontinued video editing program).


What video editing software comes with new Macbooks and do most people find it easy for a novice to use with a lot of features?
You can use iDVD which comes with every Mac. It is not a very powerful app for movies of complicated videos, at least not at a professional level. For pro work you would need Final Cut Pro, which is expensive, but available for Mac and PC. If you are into making videos of your family or yourself, for example, iDVD is quite nice and easy to use
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Old 04-22-2019, 06:32 PM
 
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Macs come with iMovie, which is perfectly serviceable. If you need more for $299 you can get Final Cut Pro which is a one-time purchase that gets free upgrades.
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