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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ado, Aug 21, 2014.
Does anyone know of a good program where i can cutt videos and put togeather diffrent videos?
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That link gives me error message,doesnt work
That link does not work.
Works for me! I just used it.
Edit: from tapatalk
Googling "best video editor", this was first on the list after the ads.
Nope, there's no good programs for video editing. None at all.
But really, off the top of my head:
Apple Final Cut
Windows Movie Maker
Oh what the heck, here you go:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_vi ... g_software
Thank you all for respond, i will take a look at it.
I'm on MAC so I use Final Cut Pro. Not to expensive for what you get. If you're on a PC and want the best... Adobe Premiere. The editor that comes with the GoPro is limited but for simple editing it works fine and it's free.
Final Cut Pro X is where it's at for me (I use my wife's MacBook Pro)
Premiere is available for Mac as well, FYI
You are correct. My bad.
I downloaded the entire Adobe CS6 Master Collection off a torrent site (ie, FREE). Only suckers pay $1,500+ for that stuff! :mrgreen:
So naturally, I'm biased towards Premiere Pro for all my flight video editing needs. Although I'm still waiting on a lens profile to correct the barrel distortion seen in the Vision+ video footage. There is already a Photoshop lens profile to correct the distortion on still photos, but applying it to every single frame of a 15 minute video would take a LONG time on even a fast PC.
If you have a Mac, then Final Cut Pro is what you will need.
I'd suggest watching some YouTube video tutorials on it (or on using the software of your choice). There's a lot of them out there and YouTube is free!
If you don't mind spending a bit of money, companies like Lynda and Digital Tutors produce pretty high-quality video tutorials on all manner of video editing/publishing.