You must shoot many wonderful clips on 2012 London Olympic.
Below I will show you popular video editing softwares that may meet your requirements in some ways:
1: Windows Movie Maker/Windows/Free
Windows Movie Maker comes with every PC bought. It supports video transfer from most consumer camcorders via FireWire and USB, and sports a time-line-based interface for easy drag and drop shuffling of your video clips. Windows Movie Maker supports over a 100 transitions and movie effects, and the Vista version has Direct3D integration for even higher quality effects.
Apple iMovie is comparable to Windows Movie Maker, but Apple iMovie is used on the Mac operating system. Apple iMovie has many advanced features and add-ons. Unfortunately, the software is only free if you buy a new Mac system. If you want the software without buying the system, it is available for purchase separately. One of the best free video editing programs available for Mac users.
3:Avid Media Composer/Windows/Mac/$2500
Avid Media Composer stands out from other high-end video editors by including non-Avid products in its software bundle. It is the dominant application in professional broadcast and moving editing and has extensive support for multiple cameras, making it easy to group and select the best shots.
4: Video Editor Mac
Video Editor for Mac is special designed for editing all kinds of video on mac with ease. The self-explanatory options help you easily create your own movies in minutes to share everywhere even if you are a novice!
5: Adobe Premiere Pro/Windows/Mac/$799
Adobe Premier Pro lays claim to having some of the fastest HD video importing around, and even supports importing video projects from Apple Final Cut Pro. One of Premier’s killer features is the built in speech-to-text function, which creates a search ready index of spoken words in your video.
6: Sony Vegas Pro/Windows/$450
Sony Vegas Pro has the distinction of being frequently noted as an overlooked but high-powered underdog by many readers. It has the ability to mix multiple video formats and resolutions without recoding, a full seven years before Final Cut Pro added the same feature.
7: Final Cut Pro/Mac/$1299
Final Cut Pro has built quite a resume in a very short period of time. It supports non-linear and non-destructive editing of a wide variety of video formats. You can easily mix video files of varying formats and resolutions without having to spend time recoding the files. There are extensive tools for filtering and color correcting your video built right in with support for third party plugins.