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    Free video editing software?

    Hey all!

    Recently got myself a Hero 4 GoPro. What is a good video editing software I can use with it?

    It has to be free and easy to use, for beginners.

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mermaid Jaffa View Post
    Hey all!

    Recently got myself a Hero 4 GoPro. What is a good video editing software I can use with it?

    It has to be free and easy to use, for beginners.

    Thanks!
    Do you have a Mac or a Pc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leomar View Post
    Do you have a Mac or a Pc?

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    I used YouTube Tutorials to download Sony Vegas Pro 13 for free. You have to wade through the ones that don't work and check the comments to make sure there are no viruseses or whatever, but quite a few of them can really show you how its done. Its been 3 years, and I got an editing system that cost several hundred dollars for free.
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    Windows movie maker is the easiest editing program around. No complications and it's click and drag easy.
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    I use the GoPro software that comes with the camera
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    Thank you Mers! I am downloading the Go Pro one right now.
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    Windows Movie Maker is a good one. I also like iMovie if on a Mac computer. (but I might be the only person who actually likes iMovie).

    I do a lot of my video on my iPhone, and there are some really great free video editing apps that give decent results. not SUPER advanced in what you can do. But if youre making a teaser or promotional reel, they do the trick. and they're free.
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    This is kind of old but I'd recommend Cyberlink PowerDirector. They have a free version and it works really well.

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    A really powerful one for basic purposes is HitFilm! http://hitfilm.com/express Absolutely free and is a totally great starter program.
    As for paid software, I have been using Adobe Premier Pro CC for YEARS and its beautiful and great but also very expensive. I had to downgrade to a lesser (but still decent) version of the software called Adobe Premier Elements. Its great for beginners and you can find it for 100 dollars with a bit of searching.
    Lastly, I also use Movie Studio 12 (formerly known as Sony Vegas I believe) It gives me hardly any trouble and a cheaper alternative to more professional softwares.
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    I think the movie maker is the best one!!

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    Free video editing software is cool. I am also creating software and I need to test it and I do not know in which company it can be done.

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    Oh, interesting. And I wanted to create video editing software, but it was quite difficult and I couldn't do it. So I decided to hire Redwerk's team of hard working software engineers who helped me with my software to develop it and release it. I am very glad that my friend hired specialists from them, so he was able to advise me this company. I was very afraid that something might go wrong, but fortunately everything was fine.

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    Outsourcing is considered a very convenient thing, especially in web development! Therefore, if you own your own business, then I want to recommend you outsource ruby development. This will help you take the load off your team and not lose money at the same time! You will also be able to take more orders and develop your business! Use it, it's really convenient!

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    If you want a more advanced alternative at some point (which allows for implementation for sfx and such), I'd highly recommend DaVinci Resolve! It's free and can compete with Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects (having used both). They offer a pro version as well, which is not free, however, whenever the pro version gets an update, the free version is updated to the last pro version.

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