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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by illiceman11, Jun 29, 2014.
What movie makers are the best for movie down loads.
Final Cut X
I use Final Cut X for our hunting and outdoor television show. It can be a little intimidating but I have been editing for 5 years now and I have only used Final Cut with MacPro. I edit thousands of hours of footage and never have had an issue. So much diversity and customization with so many special effects you can create with seamless transitions. I love it and will never use anything else.
I use Adobe Premiere CS6
I start using Vegas pro yesterday and its easy peasy
+1 for Vegas Pro.
Premiere has a better stabiliser than FCPX, and premiere love native H264 mp4. (this is what is on your SD card.)
I use iMovie on a mac. Works for me. Having used a few over the past 10/12 years, I think they're all pretty good; it's just learning how they work and gaining experience on them. Like everything, racking up the hours is what counts!
Premiere definitely has a better stabilizer.
FCPX can open up h.264 movies as well,
But keep in mind that footage from GoPro's, DSLR's and others are not ideal for editing, and work better when transcoded.
Iam using iMovie , and sometimes Premiere
And using Photoshop now to remove the fisheye view on my mp4's
If you're after an exceptionally good stabiliser, I have been using this for over a year and it is remarkable what it will do:
It is much better than both the FCP X and AE stabilisers I have used in the past if you want rock-steady footage.
well, for amateurs, I use Video Studio from Corel. It works fair in Windows. It is inexpensive and very powerful. The premium edition does include Mercalli stabilizer. As others, you need to go thru the learning curve to fully exploit your editor.
OK! - A quick internet search yields:
Premiere Pro CC
Premiere Elements 12
Premiere who knows how many more?
Premiere just pick one?
I have the Adobe Creative Cloud which has all the adobe software CC6
CS5 is getting old
CS6 is the last stand-alone software
CC or Creative Cloud is new, but subscription based, so a monthly fee (50 bucks)
Elements is a joke...
I use CS6