posted on May, 1 2014 @ 09:40 PM
a reply to: ArMaP
I don't mean to be antagonistic, but how would you know if you've never tried it?
It's very simple to use. Learning the basics of NSE, even in something like Premiere, is pretty straightforward. Most of the sophistication with
professional packages involves special effects, inter-operability, and asset collaboration. In fact, most of the professional (or similar) packages
make basic video editing easier with things like simply being able to drag and drop clips, use rubber band fading, and applying things like slo-mo
(which are as easy as applying an option). In more basic software that do no invest in these options, they force you to deal with framerates, etc.,
just to get something like slo-mo.
If you can learn how to use something like Moviemaker, Virtualdub, AVIdemux, etc., you can certainly use Lightworks. In fact, I would say it's much
easier to learn and use than both VirtualDub and AVIdemux.