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CheechWizard
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      12-15-2005
....i need an avi editor that is efficient
and simple use...

.....is the one out there that works on the
process of using 2 'pointers'...first one
moves to where you wish the cut to
begin...and the second moves to where
the cut ends...

....all info in between becomes the new
avi...

freeware preferably...shareware acceptable
as long as you get full functions during trial
phase...

thanks in advance


 
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      12-15-2005
CheechWizard wrote:
> ...i need an avi editor that is efficient
> and simple use...
>
> ....is the one out there that works on the
> process of using 2 'pointers'...first one
> moves to where you wish the cut to
> begin...and the second moves to where
> the cut ends...
>
> ...all info in between becomes the new
> avi...
>
> freeware preferably...shareware acceptable
> as long as you get full functions during trial
> phase...


Too bad, you want freebie. If you tried Sony's Vegas Video for a short
while, you'd throw rocks at all the other programs out there. It's so
much more powerful than what you describe, you wouldn't believe it. Have
you tried MS Movie Maker? It's included with XP.
 
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John Inzer
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      12-15-2005
CheechWizard wrote:
> ...i need an avi editor that is efficient
> and simple use...
>
> ....is the one out there that works on the
> process of using 2 'pointers'...first one
> moves to where you wish the cut to
> begin...and the second moves to where
> the cut ends...
>
> ...all info in between becomes the new
> avi...
>
> freeware preferably...shareware acceptable
> as long as you get full functions during trial
> phase...
>
> thanks in advance

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Have you tried MS Movie Maker?

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Mitch
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      12-15-2005
In article <QT6of.4980$(E-Mail Removed). net>,
CheechWizard <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

> ...i need an avi editor that is efficient
> and simple use...
>
> ....is the one out there that works on the
> process of using 2 'pointers'...first one
> moves to where you wish the cut to
> begin...and the second moves to where
> the cut ends...
>
> ...all info in between becomes the new
> avi...
>
> freeware preferably...shareware acceptable
> as long as you get full functions during trial
> phase...


That's how QuickTime Pro works.

Even better for features, but much harder to work with, is the Avid
free editor.
 
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      12-15-2005
"CheechWizard" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in news:QT6of.4980$Dd2.4544
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> ...i need an avi editor that is efficient
> and simple use...
>
> ....is the one out there that works on the
> process of using 2 'pointers'...first one
> moves to where you wish the cut to
> begin...and the second moves to where
> the cut ends...
>
> ...all info in between becomes the new
> avi...
>
> freeware preferably...shareware acceptable
> as long as you get full functions during trial
> phase...
>
> thanks in advance
>
>


VirtualDub is free
http://virtualdub.sourceforge.net/


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CheechWizard
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      12-15-2005

> =================================
> Have you tried MS Movie Maker?
>
> --
>
> John Inzer


....yes...MM didn't like the format...i'll try again...


 
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