Best (suitable) DVD editing please

  bof:) 13:25 06 Sep 2005

Hi all, a friend who runs his own business has asked me which dvd editing program is the best for him to use. He would like to be able to create a training film for his business with it.

Obviously he would like to be able to keep the cost down as much as possible.

I unferstand he has a camcorder to 'film' with but he wants to add a title and possibly words at the bottom of a screen shot? (I think)

Many thanks for your help,


  oldbeefer2 15:34 06 Sep 2005

i use Sony Movie Studio DVD programme. Does all you have mentioned (and more) and is very simple to use.

  john-232317 15:38 06 Sep 2005

There are quite a few, most you can download and try for 30 days. I have tried a few and found Ulead programs to be best, but if he tries a few he can take his choice before buying, or if he does it within 30 days he wont even have to buy.

  BBez 21:53 06 Sep 2005

Adobe Premier, fantastic app, but expensive... otherwise Ulead products...

  nick_j007 22:29 06 Sep 2005

Extract from this months pcw...

Based on Premiere.

"Perfect for home users who want to edit their videos quickly and effectively without spending a fortune"

RRP £69.33



  Philwane 05:43 07 Sep 2005

I have tried Pinnacle ,Ulead and various others the best one I have used and still use now is Adobe Premiere Elements as far as I am concerned its the best!

  bof:) 21:06 07 Sep 2005

Hi All,many thanks for all of your help. I've emailed yor suggestions to my friend.


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