12-02-2017 03:19 PM
" so many better products to choose from"
Curious which products that come with editing software you are speaking of.
There are plenty of desktop editing software that you can use.
You can use iMovie on Mac or VSDC on Windows- http://www.videosoftdev.com/free-video-editor/download or DaVinci Resolve if you want a free editor.
Also, check out these articles.
The mobile editing app Quik and Splice (iOS) work very well if you want a simple editing experience.
12-04-2017 12:02 AM - edited 12-04-2017 12:03 AM
Take some time to learn about your investement. Lots of good stuff and tutorials on youtube.
A car is also pretty useless thinh if you don't know how to drive.....
I can't really see a better option out there, been snowboarding all weekend and recorded about 25 gigs of footage in sub zero temps. Not 1 problem. Gopro Hero 5.
Dumped all the footage on my pc and will fire up Davinci Resolve (free, but needs a good powefull rig to run smoothly) and will edit.
It takes time and patiece, but stick with it and learn.
12-04-2017 06:20 AM
@no66 Because you know how to use the camera as you learned to keep it warm when not used,. (smiles)
@danielr15 totally agree if you do not mind if I say AIptek offered Arcsoft TME. TMI (total media impressions ), Jazz elite HDV 168, offered Cyberlink powerdirector 6, Mustek offered Adobe Premier or was i see the name and title on the tip of my tongue....
Gopro Fusion offers Fusion Studio, Samsung offers Action Director
Free stuff is online for Windows today called Live or wmm older version, Mac is Imovie (mentioned by Daniel..) Blender is free. Gimp is free the list goes on and on.
Sorry I got deep into it Lol
12-04-2017 04:43 PM
Is GoPro the only one with it's own software?
It looks like all of those you listed are for 3rd party.
You can use Cyberlink, Premiere, and Arcsoft software with GoPro.
fusion. is fusion studio and yeah I did not say hero 5 . Lol point here was camera company and software. thanks