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Old 13-04-2012, 06:19 PM   #1
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Video Editing Programme

Can anyone recommend an easy to use programme as I have some holiday footage to cut and crop a bit but have never done this before-Thanks in advance.Nic
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Old 13-04-2012, 06:50 PM   #2
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windows video editor is easy
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I mostly use Video vegas, i found it easy to use.
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Unless its recorded in Quicktime (or whatever it is) as my GoPro does, it won't recognise the files & I have lost count of the number of 'plug in's' I have installed that are supposed to make it work.
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Unless its recorded in Quicktime (or whatever it is) as my GoPro does, it won't recognise the files & I have lost count of the number of 'plug in's' I have installed that are supposed to make it work.
Total video converter, is what I use to convert the gopro footage to a format suitable for windows movie maker.

Can take a bit of time to convert if you have HD footage though
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Unless its recorded in Quicktime (or whatever it is) as my GoPro does, it won't recognise the files & I have lost count of the number of 'plug in's' I have installed that are supposed to make it work.
It's all in the FAQ on GoPro's website!
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It's all in the FAQ on GoPro's website!
Hmmm yes, tried that thanks Cookee, doesn't work for me, perhaps I need a 'man' who knows about these things, trouble is I don't know any. Bloody frustrating. Give 6 speed fully electronic automatic gearbox to fault find & sort out any day, far easier.
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I had trouble getting my Gopro footage into iMovie on my Mac, tried all sorts of converters with no luck.. Turns out all I had to do was to take the footage off the memory card, save it into a folder on my desktop, then it worked like a charm. Worth a shot unless you've already tried it! Full HD takes an age to render and upload though, but it's well worth it
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