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Old 12-11-2011, 11:30 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Haha I meant if you go the legal way..
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Old 12-19-2011, 04:48 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Exactly its about Video/Graphic card. If you are doin anything with 1080p its a must to beef up those components.

Also Windows Movie Maker should work but like others says its crap and limited.

iMovie is far superior for a free editing software but then again MAC is IMO... far as OS...But lets not start that pissing contest between fan boys
Thast what I assumed until I saw someone trying to edit GoPro footage with iMovie last weekend and it looked like a giant pain in the ass, he couldn't even get it to the point where he could edit\view frame by frame, just looked really wonky not to mention most of us don't have Macs so iMovie is a moot point.(It's bad enough I own an iPhone and am saving for an iPad3)

Right now I'm taking a serious look at Nero Video 11 as it looks like it does everything I need(and WAY WAY WAY more) and I know from past experience Nero makes quality products that they support.

Honestly Live Movie maker does everything I need it to(except strip DRM from music which I use Audials for) if it could just work with native MP4 video I wouldn't even need anything else.
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Old 12-19-2011, 05:04 PM   #43 (permalink)
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I really love sony vegas pro. To preview clips you right click and view in the trimmer, then you just drag, split with 's' and boom badda boom. If I need hardcore effects, then I will pull it out into AAE and then substitute it back in.
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imovie is simple as could be..... Not sure why he had a problem with it. Most people dont have MACs? Not sure about that. I have both Mac and PC. More people have MAC than you might think.

NERO is solid though.

Strip DRM??? Not familiar with that
Love apple products(Apple TV, iPhone, iPad ect) just not their PC and Laptops(I work on computers for a living so am set in my day to day ways), just more used to working with Adobe lineup of products geared towards professionals but am not willing to pirate or purchase Adobe Premier(like 2500$)

Lots of video editing software freaks out when you try add music with DRM(protected copyrighted content like from itunes or amazon)

So I have a product that quickly and cleanly strips this "copy protection" so I can easily work with the video or audio, I don't have it for pirating purposes.
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Apple makes the best portable handheld devices. Computers, meh. I am not going to start that, it is just I have a custom built pc and will blow anything in it's price out of the water. In Sony Vegas, you can change the pitch by .0001 or something, you can't even tell the difference, but it is enough to trick YouTube.
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Apple makes the best portable handheld devices. Computers, meh. I am not going to start that, it is just I have a custom built pc and will blow anything in it's price out of the water. In Sony Vegas, you can change the pitch by .0001 or something, you can't even tell the difference, but it is enough to trick YouTube.
I'm right there with ya on apple products since their move to Intel\x86 CPU's


Have you actually tried it recently(the youtube copy protection deal), I don't think this workx anymore with their new content detection systems and honestly that's not even the problem, Tunebite strips the DRM in like 30 seconds(per song) but when you try to marry the "protected" audio to the POV video it causes all kinds of timing issues with the audio\video sync that I don't feel like trying to deal with so I just tunebite everything since it's loss-less.

I know allot of people like Vegas but generally I'm not a fan of Sony products and Nero Video 11 is only 30$ and should do everything I need it too plus has all the Nvidia\Cuda GPU acceleration stuff that makes my work laptop able to easily handle 1080p video compiles(albeit with someone less accuracy)
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Old 02-20-2013, 03:39 PM   #47 (permalink)
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For you GoPro Hero2 owners... is 720 / 60fps still the best option for capturing footage?

Any thoughts on videos getting washed out on sunny days? Can this be fixed during the edit? Anyone ever buy one of the UV filters found on eBay?

Thanks
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Old 02-20-2013, 08:46 PM   #48 (permalink)
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I cant believe people are actually saying "movie maker".... WORST.

Intermediate editing: Sony vegas 9 pro
Expert editing/ what i use: Adobe After Effects 6
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For you GoPro Hero2 owners... is 720 / 60fps still the best option for capturing footage?

Any thoughts on videos getting washed out on sunny days? Can this be fixed during the edit? Anyone ever buy one of the UV filters found on eBay?

Thanks
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Old 11-18-2013, 11:18 PM   #50 (permalink)
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anyone got any advice for best recording options for a gopro 3 black?
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