Since it has been about 4 years since there was an active thread on the subject, I decided to start a new one.
Many years ago, I worked in the Television ministry at a local church and got the opportunity to play with their video editing software a little. I enjoyed it so much, I've always wanted to do it for fun. I have been wanting for some time to take the dozens of VHS home movies my father shot in the 80's and make a DVD with the good parts edited to look good and be (hopefully) interesting to watch. I have a lot of ideas, but I need good software for the editing.
I've been looking into Corel VideoStudio Pro x4. It seems to have tons of features and doesn't look too hard to learn. I've even been thinking that I could even use it to bring some professionalism to my Rifftrax reauthors. I figured I would start small and learn the features before hitting my big project.
Has anyone had any experience with this product, or perhaps have advice on a good software package, $100 or under?