Most digital camera users will take plenty of pictures, all of the time. It's really easy. You don't need to worry about running out of film. You take the images, upload to your computer, wipe from the camera. The same theory applies to users who are in to home video. Grab as much footage as possible, upload to your computer, edit as required.
With this in mind, who wants to use a high-end video editing tool to manage and export our home movies? We've got the full version of MAGIX Movie Edit 10 Silver, worth £15, which enables you to grab your video, edit, export. You could then load your edited movies in to a DVD tool where you can add a front-end and produce your own DVD to distribute to friends and family.
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