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#255990 9-Sep-2019 17:30
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Just got a Gopro hero7 for simple training clips - can someone recommend some simple easy to use editing software please. 

 

 


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  #2313771 9-Sep-2019 17:47
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I use Premiere Pro and occasionally Davinci Resolve. I wouldn't recommend either for anything simple. The native GoPro software isn't too bad?


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  #2313772 9-Sep-2019 17:49
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I use Sony Vegas - works well, a lot more simple than Premiere etc. As mudduard said, have you tried GoPro's own software? That's often fine for the basics. 


 
 
 
 


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  #2313894 10-Sep-2019 07:19
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Premier Elements is about as easy as it gets, if the GoPro software isn't enough for you. Costs about $100. Magix is more powerful, reasonably priced, but more difficult to use. There's also an open source video editor, but it's more limited and more buggy.

 

Expect there to be a learning curve. It's not super difficult, but it's not super easy either.


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  #2313996 10-Sep-2019 09:19
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The GoPro software should be good enough for "simple training clips"...otherwise if you have a Mac, use iMovie. 

 

Either option would give you decent output for zero investment. 

 

 





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I find the latest version of the GoPro software to be absolutely rubbish. Premier Elements is much nicer and gives you significantly more control over your clips.

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  #2314121 10-Sep-2019 11:09
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Vegas often comes up on humble bundle for cheap and I have friends who seem to like it.

 

What framerate are you recording at? I cant get premiere to work with anything above 60 properly





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  #2314452 10-Sep-2019 19:16
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Just wondering, that is the platform one wants to use, resolution and frame-rate and how much work are you intending to do in post?




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