Video editing software

greasedscotsman
greasedscotsman Posts: 6,962
edited March 2018 in The cake stop
As the title says, looking for some software for editing/creating videos, preferably free.

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  • pblakeney
    pblakeney Posts: 26,558
    Most devices come with a basic tool. No?
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  • Yeah, Go Pro comes with something called Quik, which is a bit too basic for what I had in mind.
  • steve91
    steve91 Posts: 30
    I use HitFilm. It's free and a really powerful tool. Loads of official tutorials online for the trickier stuff like motion tracking and green screen, if that's your bag.

    All depends on what you want to use it for.
  • figbat
    figbat Posts: 680
    If you have an iPad then iMovie will turn out a decent result, if you can get your footage onto it. It’s a bit light touch, but in the end you get a video.
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  • narbs
    narbs Posts: 593
    Quik is dreadful, agreed. A shame GoPro discontinued Studio which was pretty good.

    iMovie is good if you have a Mac (free, obvs) or DaVinci Resolve for Mac/Windows is more powerful but harder to master.
  • jgsi
    jgsi Posts: 5,062
    Garmin Virb Edit for once Garmin is ok
  • Thanks for all the answers. I'm not using a Mac, but I've found a copy of Go Pro Studio, which is their old software. I'll give that a go.