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bosun1201
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Portable video editing software?

Hi,

I like how GIMP portable is a reasonable substitute for Photoshop, but I was wondering if you knew of any portable software for video editing. Something like Final Cut, but doesn't have to be so feature-dense. Only thing I've found similar is Avideux (http://avidemux-portable.en.softonic.com/), but I've never used it before.

Also, I was wondering if there was a similar suite of portable apps like this, but for the Mac OSX platform?

Thanks.

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Good luck finding decent free

Good luck finding decent free video editing software for windows, period.

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Well Sony Vegas is pretty

Well Sony Vegas is pretty popular last I heard. What about webapps (like in the Chrome store), any video editing software in there?

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OK I seem to be having

OK I seem to be having another problem. Every time I plug in my USB, the PortableApps menu settings (under Options) resets to default? Does it have something to do with the cache or something?

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Are you properly closing the

Are you properly closing the platform or ejecting your drive?

If you aren't, there is your problem. To keep writes to the drive at a minimum the platform only writes out its settings on close.

It's not a bug, its a feature.

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Powerful, but a very steep learning curve: Blender

Blender, which is available as a PortableApp, has a video editing mode that is often used by animators and video people alike - but it's not as obvious as most dedicated video editing apps.
My current favorite Open Source video editing app is OpenShot. Unfortunately for Windows users, it's ONLY available for Linux.

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Virtualdub

For video editing I always use portable Virtualdub.

It's available from here and is very good. I have never had any problems with it.

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