Gotta stick my two cents in on this one. Windows Movie Maker 2 makes
it fairly simple to edit. And if you keep it to simple cuts and fades
you will be fine. But save often.

There is also a support site for WMM2 users: as well as a tun of stuff at the M$
web sites.

The minute you want to try to do something fancy or to tweek a bit of
video faster than it can handle it will crash. When that starts to
happen to you I can recommend Ulead Studio 9. I got a free 30 day
trial from one of my computer magazines disk but you can download a
copy as well.  

I have been using the paid version for over a month and  it does what
I want to do and more. Still learning the program but you can use it
out of the box.

But for your first few videos WMM2 is a good tutor in the process. 

--- In, "chuckpettis" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Dear Videoblogging Group,
> My son, Bre Pettis ( got me hooked on video 
> blogging.  With his guidance, I got a Canon sd300 and am doing my 
> own videos.  
> Now my son wants me to do my own editing.
> I would like the group's advice on the simplest and easiest way to 
> do video editing on a pc.  
> We have pretty simple vlogs, nothing fancy. 
> Here's the blog/vlog:
> Here's the feed:
> Thanks!
> Chuck Pettis
> Earth Sanctuary

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