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  1. Hello

    Im interested in making videos similar to this...not this niche, it will be real estate based

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=te7AqSI7YfY

    The first 20 seconds intro (the animated part)

    and also transitions like these

    https://youtu.be/te7AqSI7YfY?t=355

    I can use Vidnami for 90 percent of it, for the rest of it can I do it with Open Shot or Hit Film Express? Or do I need Adobe Premier to make these intros and transitions?
    Whatever would be the quickest and easiest to you use with the simplest learning curve, if I need to spend some money, NP, whatever is the quickest and easiest to learn. I think I can get Adobe CC for about 20 bucks a month?
    If that's what you'd recommend, in the event I need to cancel the subscription, can I keep the videos I've made, or do I need it to stay active to use them on Youtube?
    Thanks in advance
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  2. Something like this article : https://www.xp-pen.com/forum-1595.html
    In that list you will find 18 programs with a short description and Pros & Cons for each one of them.
    You read that information, you analyze the Pros & Cons of each suggested program and then you pick one to check it out and get a feel for it.
    I think DaVinci Resolve , Adobe Premiere Pro CC + After Effects , HitFilm Express should Fit your needs.
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  3. Originally Posted by rikard9 View Post
    Hello

    Im interested in making videos similar to this...not this niche, it will be real estate based

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=te7AqSI7YfY

    The first 20 seconds intro (the animated part)

    and also transitions like these

    https://youtu.be/te7AqSI7YfY?t=355

    I can use Vidnami for 90 percent of it, for the rest of it can I do it with Open Shot or Hit Film Express? Or do I need Adobe Premier to make these intros and transitions?
    Whatever would be the quickest and easiest to you use with the simplest learning curve, if I need to spend some money, NP, whatever is the quickest and easiest to learn. I think I can get Adobe CC for about 20 bucks a month?
    If that's what you'd recommend, in the event I need to cancel the subscription, can I keep the videos I've made, or do I need it to stay active to use them on Youtube?
    Thanks in advance
    sony Vegas Pro now called Magix will do that. Sony Movie Studio might he easier to learn
    Check out Derek Moran's movie studio zen site to compare
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  4. Hi @rikard9,

    Some of the video editors that I would recommend you to start of with are: iMovie, Adobe Premiere and Lightworks.

    I specially like iMovie, it has a quite simple user interface, music without copyright and a lot of other feature, video editing should be pretty straight forward here and you can make great videos with it. After using iMovie you can move on to other softwares like Adobe Premiere.

    Wish you good luck and have fun!
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