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GoPro ?

Post by Damage Inc. » Wed Mar 27, 2013 7:18 pm

What do you guys use to edit your GoPro videos?
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Re: GoPro ?

Post by HorakCM » Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:50 pm

I like AVS Video Editor, pretty simple, timeline style, you can try it free but theres a watermark, $50 will get you the real deal. Better than Lightworks imo because Im bot tech savvy.
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Re: GoPro ?

Post by Rut Row » Thu Mar 28, 2013 6:56 am

I use Microsoft's video editor. Came with Win7
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Re: GoPro ?

Post by phoo » Sun Mar 31, 2013 8:39 am

I despise the video editor that comes with windows 7, especially since they took what was good in windows XP and crippled it.

For cheap money on Amazon, you can get a copy of Sony Vegas (I think it's now called movie studio or something, but Vegas will find it). The reason it is good for gopro is because the audio editor can take out the clicks caused by the case and the video effects can undo the fish eye effect of the lens, meaning trees become straight again, rather than being curved like a banana as you go past them.


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Re: GoPro ?

Post by Rut Row » Sun Mar 31, 2013 9:13 am

phoo wrote:The reason it is good for gopro is because the audio editor can take out the clicks caused by the case and the video effects can undo the fish eye effect of the lens, meaning trees become straight again, rather than being curved like a banana as you go past them.
but having banana shaped trees makes it easier to get my handlebars between them! :dancing:
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Re: GoPro ?

Post by Damage Inc. » Sun Mar 31, 2013 12:39 pm

I have Windows XP and whatever come with the Ipod stuff. But whan I play the Gopro footage it's real choppy...The audio is smooth but the vid plays a few seconds then skips a few seconds. I don't know if it's my crappy computer or if somethings wrong with the Gopro?
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Re: GoPro ?

Post by HorakCM » Sun Mar 31, 2013 1:02 pm

Think thats the computer. My laptop does the same, but the desktop has no issues.
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