Alternative to Windows Moviemaker - suggestions?

Posted on 2014-10-16
Last Modified: 2014-10-16
hi Folks
Just wanted to know if you had any suggestions for free alternatives to Windows Moviemaker or if someone wanted to locate it - thanks.
Question by:agwalsh
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I would recommend

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That looks great..thank you:-)

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good alternative
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Hi agwalsh, I think you may have closed this question prematurely.
Openshot is a Linux program (NOT Windows)  .... is that what you want?

Have look here ...
and pay particular attention to the section on codecs

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if you want for Window OP  then here is the two free recommendation alternative to moviemaker

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will pass on those as well :-) Thank you.

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