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Video editing programs........ Which one?

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by pops52, Mar 22, 2015.

  1. pops52

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    What are people using for editing their movies from the Inspire? I can't afford Davinci Resolve or even Adobe Premier Pro. I was looking at Power Director Suite 3. Could I get some general input from my friends here?
     
  2. CaptainBadge

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    Final Cut Pro X
     
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  3. Merko

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    I bougth Adobe Premiere Pro. few bucks each month. not that much tbh :)
     
  4. Cheeky Monkey

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    If you're running a MAC, go for Final Cut Pro from Apple store, you can install it on every mac you own, simple to use and great exporting options, plus a decent price. If you can afford it also get the add-ins Motion and Compressor, I've also used Adobe Premier also very good too.
     
  5. tbarnesarc

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    Try the 30 trials for both FCP and Premiere and see which one fits your needs. Premiere is pretty damn easy to use but I can't speak of FCP as I have never had the opportunity to mess with it.
     
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    Using Adobe Premiere Pro here on Mac.
     
  8. Outta Control

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    Davinci Resolve! Oh I mean Premiere Pro for ever!
     
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    I've been using the GoPro editing software that came with my GoPro 4 for editing my Inspire videos.
    I see the Final Cut Pro X is about £225 on the app store. I don't mind spending this if it's going to be a great improvement on what I'm using at the moment, but will it ?
     
  10. Daniel Racsits

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    I tried different programs the last few years. Magix Video Deluxe, Pinnacle Studio and Cyberlink Powerdirector.
    But IMHO, the easiest and best way for editing videos, is Adobe Premiere Elements 13. The most well-arranged user interface I've ever seen. Also it's very fast, and has a lot of options!
     
  11. Kleiber Borba

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    I use Adobe Premiere too! It´s easy to use and when you have doubts, you can answer them on youtube!
     
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    FCPX..... I like it anyways.
     
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    I use movavi for now - cheap and easy to use - when i grow up, then i want final cut :rolleyes:
     
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    Anybody use Corel Video Studio x9?
     
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    What is the best editing setup on a windows device (non Apple)?
     
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    Adobe Premiere Pro

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