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What software are you editing your vids with?

Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by Elsopix, Oct 12, 2016.

  1. Elsopix

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    I'm using Lightworks but I'm wondering that is easier / more stripped down. Let me know your suggestions please.

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  2. Cobs

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    GoPro Studio / Adobe Premier Pro CS3 / HitFilm 2 (sometimes).
     
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  4. Elsopix

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    Cheers both. Will look at some of those.


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  5. namnonac

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    iMovie, seems straight forward, comes with a Mac for free. I am a keen amateur photographer and I am well used to Adobe products but never used them for video.


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  6. Elsopix

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    Same here re adobe. Not tried them on video. Lightworks is free though, that's a big draw!


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  7. MacCool

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    On my Mac I've used iMovie, GoPro, Final Cut Pro. I keep coming back to Premiere Elements. It's a familiar editor, does a nice job of managing compression, handles my 4K videos well and most importantly he's been stable. It's has good titling, a good suite of transitions, and manages lighting and color management well.

    You can buy Premiere Elements bundled with Photoshop Elements for something like $150. I used to use the full versions of both, but Premiere used to be very buggy, and I abandoned the full versions when Adobe put them in the Creative Cloud. As it turns out, I haven't felt limited by using the "Elements" version of either program.
     
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    imovie on my iphone, dead simple a bit like me
     
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  9. NemoHawk

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    I use Sony Movie Studio 13 Suite (platinum version plus add ons)
    Fairly easy with the on screen help hints.

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    Wondershare filmora here..
     
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    Premiere Pro CS6 and After Effects CS6.
     
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    CyberLink PowerDirector 14 with AudioDirector
     
  13. gryphon1911 (Andrew L)

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    Premiere Elements 14, currently.