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which video editing program for thinkpad z60m?

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  1. kman1000

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    I have a thinkpad Z60m and these are my specs:
    xp sp3, 1GB RAM, Pentium M 2.13GHz, ATI Mobility Radeon x600.

    My question is which video editing software would be best for what I have?

    I tried installing the lastest versions of adobe premiere elements. I recieved an error about Radeon being too old. I tried installing the latest Powerdirector (cyberlink) and I got an error saying that my processor is too old. Which program and version is best for what I have? Thank you!
     
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    kman1000 Thread Starter

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    any ideas? i'm thinking an older version but not sure how to buy it.
     
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    Haha, Noyb! I guess I should have posted this earlier but I found that exact same first link you posted about two days ago. I already have videopad on my computer and it seems to be ok. It is still cool to see that if I did not find it, you would have posted it anyway. Thank you!
     
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