They should change the way discourse suggests threads.
Or perhaps make a rule that new users can’t add to a thread after more than a month of dormancy?
(No offence to HeatherGreen)
Little off topic here, but that would ruin the entire point of the forum existing. To ask questions.
Then create a new topic??
Generally, I think people would rather have a new thread than a revived old one, correct me if I’m wrong.
would have to agree with this for the most part lol. If the new poster has advice, why not let them share it. It’s far better to keep topics in the same thread anyhow
yes. If you don’t have anything useful to add just don’t post it, and if you want to say something negative… Don’t.
Yeah I don’t see the problem with reviving ‘dead’ threads. Does it hurt you? No. Most of the time it is productive anyways.
For what it’s worth, I’d highly prefer for an old thread to be revived over creating a duplicate thread that’s asking the exact same question.
Back to the original topic of this thread, I would ask family members and friends if they have an extra license for a paid video editing program. Also, many programs have a student version which is hugely down-priced or even free for students. If you know someone in college, you might be able to use their attendance in that college to get even better deals on software. If you still don’t have anything, then I’d suggest trying one (or more) of the ones mentioned above.
I think Adobe Primiere and Kinemaster Pro
Davinci resolve. It’s free and gives you a lot of tools to work with
Please don’t revive old threads.
@DRow can we have this closed?