Thanks for the comment, very nice of you to say. But the software I've used all the way up the current
episode was just Windows Movie
Maker. It does a pretty good job with just about every aspect of video editing. Its weakness is the audio editing in which I used Audacity to mix all the narration and music
- and then I upload that into the Movie
But that was before, for Episode 10 (that I'm about to release) I've switched to Adobe Premiere Pro (for almost all the video editing and which is the reason #10 has taken so long to release - I had to completely learn how to edit in it). I've seemed to get a little too picky for Movie Maker and I'm wanting more control of the titles, transitions, color, etc.... which you have with Adobe Premiere Pro. I will still use Audacity for the audio mixing. For the basic stuff I'm doing, you won't notice a big difference between Movie Maker and Adobe, but in the long term, Adobe can do so much more than Movie Maker ever thought of.
But as you've seen my episodes, you can see what can be done with it...and for a free program, it does an admirable job of editing video.
Hope this helps a little, and thanks for watching my videos.