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Editing videos....what program do you use???

Discussion in 'Production' started by CheddarChick, Nov 23, 2011.

  1. KenGordon

    KenGordon Rebreather Pilot

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  2. Tippytoes12

    Tippytoes12 Manta Ray

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    Hi there

    I'm no expert , but have got very good color video from my Canon s110, by scrupulously adjusti the WB manually every 3 to 4mts. IMVHO this works far far better than adjusting the color later and is of course heaps faster.

    Best fishes c
     
  3. octopuppy

    octopuppy Regular of the Pub

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    Color in Lightroom, Final Cut for editing.
     
  4. ScubaMarc

    ScubaMarc Manta Ray

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    My 12 year old son uses cyber power director. It has a lot of features and once you understand how to use it, it works well.
     
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  5. Franco62

    Franco62 Garibaldi

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    Sony Vegas for video and photo. Nice.
     
  6. fmerkel

    fmerkel Loggerhead Turtle

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    Yes the Olympus sets their own proprietary codec (a$$holes-why do so many of them DO that?). Even Adobe Premier won't open them without buying a suitable codec.
     
  7. Sbiriguda

    Sbiriguda Manta Ray

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    I would like to bump this thread to get an un update. What are the best options right now? I would also like to buy a second hand licence on eBay to save some money, so if the main features of a good software didn’t change it wouldn’t be bad to buy second hand a relatively older version of a software
     
  8. Dauntless

    Dauntless Barracuda

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    If you have Linux computer, Kdenlive is free and there is a Windows Beta version. I have used it and it is good. Otherwise, go with PowerDirector or Corel Video Studio, both hasve Music Plug in -- however, either of these are not that much for the latest.
     
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  9. H20doctor

    H20doctor Nassau Grouper

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    I'm still using Vegas Sony Vegas great program easy to use.... You can download and buy it for around 45 bucks it's the simple home version .. and it'll do 4K
    This was edited on Vegas

     
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  10. VsubT

    VsubT Solo Diver

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    Tried lots of NLE video editing packages over the years, and Vegas is still my go-to program. Easy to learn and use, plus more features than most folks will ever use. Magix bought the Vegas apps from Sony a while back, and they’ve been improving them steadily. Unless you need automated workflows, the Studio version should be plenty.
     
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