CBSNews.com: "Movie Making Made Easy"
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/03/01/scitech/pcanswer/main603281.shtml' target='_blank'>http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/03/01/scitech/pcanswer/main603281.shtml</a><br /><br /></div>"iMovie from Apple Computer is generally considered the easiest to use video editing program on the planet, but it only runs on the Macintosh. For some that might be reason enough to consider a Mac as their next personal computer, but if you are a Windows user, donít despair. There are some excellent movie-making tools for you too. <br /><br />I just spent the better part of a day editing some video clips using Easy Media Creator 7: The Digital Media Suite: a newly released set of programs from Roxio. As its name implies, this is more than just a single program. Like Appleís $49 iLife software (that comes free on new Macs), Roxioís $79 a suite of applications can be used not only to edit videos but to transfer them from a PC to a DVD or CD or an Internet flick for all to see. Itís also comes with a photo editor, a rudimentary audio editing program and a suite of sophisticated CD and DVD transfer applications."