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Best "Budget" Video Editing software

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Hey all.

I'm wanting to edit both HD and SD video for my students(I teach music), create a reasonably good looking DVD menu interface, and if possible, be able to "up-convert" the standard definition stuff from my Handycam to better quality, if it is worth the extra $$. I'd also love to be able to extract the audio tracks from them so I can edit those in Sonar=clean them up a some, and re-layer that back to the video(I already know a cumbersome workaround to that, so it isn't a biggie)

I've tested out Power Director 9 and 10, I like them, even though they are only 100$, I'd still like to shave that back some if I can find a software that does most of the same.

Ideas? I'm really short on cash, but I need to get started on this fairly soon. I've tested out Windows Movie Maker Live, the previous version from Vista, and Xp's older version...but they don't quite have what I need.
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Some ideas:

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