The internet is full of software to cut video clips, so if you are hoping to create a customized VCD or DVD from a collection of video files, you should have no problem at all finding the software that you need to complete such a task. What is perhaps most impressive is the fact that most of the video editing software available can work with hundreds of different video formats. Such a feature is particular helpful given the fact that most people have their video files stored in a whole range of different formats. Of course, some of the cheapest video editing software may be limited to a select few video formats.
It is important to make sure that you do not overspend on video editing software. For instance, if you are only looking to cut a few video files in order to create a personalized DVD for a friend, there is no point paying thousands of dollars for a professional video editing suite. In addition, it is important to remember that the more powerful the video editing software is, the higher the minimum system requirements will probably be. Therefore, if you have an old computer that still contains a single core processor, it is no use downloading the most advanced video editing software available.
When it comes to editing videos on a personal computer, it is vital that you make sure that the computer contains enough free space on the hard disc. Video files can quickly become very large indeed. We are talking about several gigabytes of less than two hours of high-definition footage. If you are planning to burn your edited videos to a normal DVD, you will need to keep the file size below 4.7 gigabytes. If your wish to burn larger video files to disc, you will need to buy some Blu-ray discs and a Blu-ray burner.
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