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I had a bad experience with Premiere (version 5 I think?) And then I accidentally discovered iMovie on my wifes iBook (a 366 with a 10gig HD and 320 mb RAM) That’s when I decided to get my own Mac – and I was hooked.
What iMovie did for me was force me to think about the story, you only have one video track to work with – and it forced me to learn basic editing. I still find that for m hobby, I don’t need much more. (I know there are similar editing apps for Windows too.)
Maybe I never gave Premiere a fair shot??? LOL
I have to agree though Hank – in the end, it;s the final movie, not the software used to create it!