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Re: DAWS for video recording and EQ reverb effects

Postby Deleted User » Sun Apr 21, 2019 4:29 pm

Devinvi resolve is over 1.5 GB download, no good!
But Light works and Cyberlink downloaded OK
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Re: DAWS for video recording and EQ reverb effects

Postby blinddrew » Sun Apr 21, 2019 9:04 pm

I use Movie Maker at work sometimes but only when I can't use anything else. It's a very old and very limited bit of software.
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Re: DAWS for video recording and EQ reverb effects

Postby Deleted User » Sun Apr 21, 2019 10:05 pm

blinddrew wrote:I use Movie Maker at work sometimes but only when I can't use anything else. It's a very old and very limited bit of software.
But its very easy to use and dose not take up a lot of disk space and memory and is free with an old win xp. Unlike other DAWs I mentioned before 1.5GB just to download the bloody thing never mind install it, then there's the $500 DAW programs that you buy like 650 euro for melodine that stuff you would never ever ever use. guess its OK if you have your own recording studio that your running every day of the week, but for the home recorder bed room singer I guess not
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Re: DAWS for video recording and EQ reverb effects

Postby The Red Bladder » Mon Apr 22, 2019 10:45 am

Dear 'Deleted User', if you cannot run DaVinci-Resolve, there is probably little chance that you will be able to edit video using anything.

Get a better computer!
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Re: DAWS for video recording and EQ reverb effects

Postby Martin Walker » Mon Apr 22, 2019 2:10 pm

blinddrew wrote:I use Movie Maker at work sometimes but only when I can't use anything else. It's a very old and very limited bit of software.

I still use it occasionally for compiling demo music videos for YouTube - it does the job and is indeed free with Windows :thumbup:


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