02-18-2020 09:32 PM
I use my GoPro for my scuba diving trips. I typically only take videos when I see something interesting. Which means that I probably take about 20 videos ranging from 20 seconds to 3 minutes.
What I am looking to do is combine the video's into one file, then I am looking to "cut" or "split" the video and take out the boring sections to turn it into a 3 to 5 minute video to share with family and friends. I am not looking to add music or anything fancy, just want a video.
My problem is I cannot find a way to do this - without purchasing $100 dollar yearly software. Is there an app or something that I can use that will let me combine my 20 videos into one and then let me cut out the sections that I do not want?
This is what I am currently working with.
- GoPro Hero 8
- Chromebook Computer (which limits the apps that work)
- Hoping not to have to purchase anything since I'm not looking to really create anything fancy. Also, I am really against having a giant watermark on my video. I was able to get Wevideo to work, but without paying they put a watermark, which I feel really takes away from the footage.
- I figured out that I can edit the video in Youtube Editor, and remove the sections that I do not want. However, I cannot combine all my footage. Is there something that will combine my footage? Then I should be able to put this in Youtube editor.
- I do have access to a friends Windows computer and anothers Macbook. I would prefer not to have to use my friends stuff everytime I want to edit a video, but if it's something quick - I can.
Thanks for any help!
02-19-2020 03:22 AM
02-19-2020 04:28 AM
GoPro quick is a basic starters pkg.
Freeware resolve, filmora,
If youtube is where you load, they even have a free editor there.
I personally use Powerdirector to do things faster, and Magix 2020 premimium to get the best quality render all comes with a small cost no annual fees, only if you want to purchase PD360.
We all have prefrences and they are out there.