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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Homestead Aerial, Sep 20, 2016.

  1. Homestead Aerial

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    Looking for video software to stitch and load music
     
  2. niki

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    I'm using DaVinci Resolve Lite with my X5R camera, it's free up to UHD 3840x2160 image size output and directly open and play the raw files of the inspire.

    A friend is using Edius with his GoPro, they have a free version too.

    Premiere, FinalCut, AVID are good but they are paid and can't work directly with raw files like DaVinci.

    There are other free softwares on the net but I can't recommend any of them because haven't tried them. All of the above will do perfect job.

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  3. Homestead Aerial

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    Thanks, will check them out.
     
  4. cinematic_aero

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    Final Cut Pro X all the way everyday.
     
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    Final Cut Pro X all the way, everyday and even the day after that ;)
     
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    Use premier pro as it's multi OS and I work on both Mac and PC. I also use after effects for advanced work and promo reels, with a little final cut and logic on Mac for music...


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    You mentioned 'stitching music,' if you're just editing audio try Audacity. It's free, and it works pretty well. A good free video edit is Lightworks, although there are severe output limitations without the paid 'Pro' license. The cool thing about it is that if you have an X5R, it can see the raw files once they've been imported from the SSD.
     
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