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    Hardly an issue but I used to edit videos a lot just for fun, it was kind of a hobby I guess. I used to use Serif Movie Plus X5 but they've decided to discontinue it which has really ticked me off tbh. But I'm now trying to find new software that has a similar interface to movie plus because I got so used to it and making videos became so so easy. I've looked at lightworks which freezes and crashes too often and the trimming confuses me to death. I click what I need to click and it does the opposite of what I want. Then I tried shotcut, has a weird interface tbh but I managed to trim things and add a music layer and what not but I couldn't move then clips I'd trimmed? Idk if I'm being thick or what but I genuinely couldn't move the clips without altering them accidentally. But anyway if you can recommend something similar to movie plus x5 then it would be much appreciated. Preferably something with a reasonable price tag, don't really fancy going skint over this.
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    The ones we use at Uni (Journalism) are Avid (high end software) and Adobe Premiere
 
 
 
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