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Editing video with windows 7

Hi guys,
The gopro application quik not work on eindows 7. Is there other gopro app for windows for editing?
If no, Which other program do you recommend?

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Re: Editing video with windows 7

Hello @manuninja89

 

 

Yes, the Quik for desktop app works with Windows 10. You can explore VSDC for Windows. Here is the download link: http://www.videosoftdev.com/free-video-editor/download

You can also check out other editing software recommended by Hub members here: https://community.gopro.com/t5/Karma/Editing/m-p/195164#/M10930

I hope this helps. 

 

Best regards, 

Marius

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Re: Editing video with windows 7

Also, if you want Quik style videos, the mobile app is pretty awesome and works much better than the desktop version. If you have an iOS device, there is also Splice.

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Re: Editing video with windows 7

Hello @manuninja89

 

 

Yes, the Quik for desktop app works with Windows 10. You can explore VSDC for Windows. Here is the download link: http://www.videosoftdev.com/free-video-editor/download

You can also check out other editing software recommended by Hub members here: https://community.gopro.com/t5/Karma/Editing/m-p/195164#/M10930

I hope this helps. 

 

Best regards, 

Marius

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Re: Editing video with windows 7

DaVinci Resolve - Best free professional editor

There is also:
HitFilm Express
VSDC Video editor
ShotCut
Blender
Light works
And if you have Windows Essentials, Windows Movie Maker
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Re: Editing video with windows 7

Also, if you want Quik style videos, the mobile app is pretty awesome and works much better than the desktop version. If you have an iOS device, there is also Splice.
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Re: Editing video with windows 7

Thanks a lot
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Re: Editing video with windows 7

One other thing, you should use your computer and a USB/SD adapter to transfer videos/photos (much faster and reliable than connecting the camera directly with a cable) and to run a manual update.

You can update the camera using the GoPro app on your mobile device, but manually updating is more reliable. Be sure to format your card in the computer first and then again in the camera once you are done.