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NLE Question

hpenvy

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Hey, guys. I'm working on a fanedit at the moment and started thinking last night.. am I using the most effective/efficient software for this? I've been using Adobe Premiere, which is a great editing tool when you have a bunch of shots/scenes you want to edit together, but maybe not as effective when you are working with one long clip (the movie) and cutting it down/rearranging. Anyone have editing software or processes that you think make the whole process more efficient?

TLDR: Since fanediting is unique in that you are generally cutting something down rather than building something up, are there specific tools/processes you find to be more effective?
 

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I altered your thread title and removed your signature because it was a link to the HP website. No idea why you did that, but as a precaution for other users I deleted those links.
 

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hpenvy said:
.. am I using the most effective/efficient software for this? I've been using Adobe Premiere, which is a great editing tool when you have a bunch of shots/scenes you want to edit together, but maybe not as effective when you are working with one long clip (the movie) and cutting it down/rearranging.

Many of the top editors here use Premiere for just that.  Like Vegas, it's a capable and highly regarded NLE. You should find that it does the job effectively.
 
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