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compupix:
I'm looking for a free or inexpensive video editor.
My requirements are:
* Produce high quality videos
* Add titles
* Add music
* Currently only a single video source is planned (from an EOS 6D)
* Use externally recorded sound (sync & use)

Evaluating each of the reasonably rated free video editors looks like a daunting task:
•   Avidemux v 2.6
•   (Windows Live) Movie Maker v 2012
•   Blender 2.64a (cool interface!)
•   Jahshaka v2.0
•   Video Edit Master v 2.0
•   VSDC Free Video Editor v 1.2.1

If free won't cut it, I'd like to spend less than $100.

Thanks,
Drew

Mt Spokane Photography:
I'd consider Adobe Premier Elements.  It can handle the HD video, and its cheap.
Version 11 was just released, there will be lower prices on version 10, but why not spend an extra $10 and get the latest.
 
http://www.amazon.com/Adobe-65193942-Premiere-Elements-11/dp/B0093FROFM

jeff92k7:
I highly recommend Sony Vegas Movie Studio.  That's what I started out on before moving on to Vegas Pro.  The studio version is surprisingly powerful for being aimed at home users. It is very easy to use and they offer a fully functional 30 day demo on their website.  Try it and see if it will meet your needs.  Www.sonycreativesoftware.com

compupix:
I just installed the trial for Adobe Premiere Elements 11.
Which Sony Movie Studio would you suggest might suit my needs?
$45 Movie Studio 11
$95 Movie Studio Platinum 12
$124 Movie Studio Platinum 12 Suite

Thanks,
Drew

Pyrenees:

--- Quote from: compupix on November 04, 2012, 08:00:03 PM ---I just installed the trial for Adobe Premiere Elements 11.
Which Sony Movie Studio would you suggest might suit my needs?
$45 Movie Studio 11
$95 Movie Studio Platinum 12
$124 Movie Studio Platinum 12 Suite

Thanks,
Drew

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I have only recently purchased Sony Vegas Studio Production Suite 11. I purchased mine for $60 off Ebay. Be aware that version 11 does not support a 64-bit O/S, which will potentially slow things down too much for your liking.

I have only started using it. Nice interface and quite powerful/flexible for a supposedly "home-user" version.

Here is a review that I found: 

http://computershopper.com/software/reviews/sony-vegas-movie-studio-hd-platinum-11-production-suite

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