No, but video editing tools are available for both Macs and PCs at affordable low costs to no cost at all.
Mac – All Apple Computers come with preloaded video editing software called iMovie. iMovie is a basic tool for the beginning video editor. For a more advanced user, Apple also has Final Cut Express or Final Cut Pro, an industry standard video editing suite.
PC— Any PC running a version of Windows XP or higher can download and use Windows Movie Maker for free. For the more advanced user, Sony Vegas offers a very capable video editing package.
Either Platform – Avid Free DV is a very basic version of industry standard Avid video editing software, and as the name suggests, it is free to download and use. Another popular and powerful option is Adobe Premiere. Premiere is available for a 30-day trial period with no obligation to buy and also offers subscription plans for students. For more information and video editing options, consult the ISM Message Boards Forum.
Most states are eagerly trying to expand their use of technology in the classroom and Sneak On The Lot hopes to work with each state hand in hand, providing the tools necessary for a 21st century education. Consult the Sneak On The Lot website or contact a Sneak On The Lot sales representative for more information about any particular state. Sneak On The Lot is also currently working with state boards of education to create student benefits for the Summer Workshops. In addition, we are in talks with several higher educational facilities about possible scholarships. We should have more news about this as the year progresses.
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