VSDC Free Video Editor

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  • 3.0 stars

    "Still learning it, BUT..."

    April 27, 2013  |   By Syrinx77


    I'm still feeling my way around it. So far it Does what I got it for. (split screen videos)


    Though it's still early in my experience with VSDC, one thing I can already say that prevents me from giving it a higher rating is the spy/mal/whatever-ware that came with it. Some crap called "Mixi Dj". Google it. It made itself my new browser *and* installed some tool bar. (along with something *else* called "Gavin") Had to do a spyware cleaning to get rid of it. I thought I was safe since I downloaded it right from CNET. Was I wrong.


    I guess when these things are free, you get what you pay for.

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