Ken, Jim, Sorry this resp

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Ken, Jim,

Sorry this response is so slow in coming.

Thanks so much for taking your time to reply. It’s very much appreciated and there is some good info here.

I’m really new at this. The GL2 that I’m using belongs to an organization I’m a part of but it looks like I’ll be working with it for some time to come.

Re: software.

Being brand new, I have just been using Windows Movie Maker to upload video using my P.C. I also bought, but have not even opened, a copy of Adobe Primier Elements 3.0. I can take it back if there is a better option.

It has been suggested to me that I would be better off with Vegas Studio instead of the Adobe software. I’m not sure which one is the easiest to work with as a newbie.

I’m trying not to buy software I won’t use in the end. I did this when I got started in shooting DSLR. So, as much as possible, I want to spend the money on good software that I’ll use in the long run.

Thanks again for all the help.

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