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Old February 13th, 2018
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Thanks guys. I’ve got a GoPro Video of it; if anyone can offer tips on how to post it, please let me know.


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I use gopro studio. Its by far the easiest and most simple.

Gopro has several other software's but on a desktop studio is a breeze.

Its a 3 part process, import clips and highlight the parts of the clip you like, then add those clips to the convert column. Hit convert all. This allows you to further crop, zoom, edit or enhance the footage in step 2.

Since I have several different types and name brands of cameras (gooro, sony, samsung, cannon, apple, fugifilm, Panasonic, tatacam, contour) which aren't compatible with gopro studio. I save each edited gopro clip to my computer then finish my movies in Adobe (freaking takes forever)

But if all u have is gopro, drag those edited clips in the step 2 tab to the bottom of the page onto the time line. You can add all your edited clips from all the videos you shot, add text if you want, then click the step 3 export button.

That saves all the clips as one edited movie in a file on your computer

From there upload that file to YouTube or Facebook. I use YouTube as I'm off of Facebook for a while to avoid social media - except bayou bucks only : ) until i get all my season's footage sorted out.

I'm trying to edit up all my clips of my crazy weekend myself today. It was my craziest weekend with my long bow in the all day rain but got so much footage to sort thru.
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Old February 14th, 2018
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I use gopro studio. Its by far the easiest and most simple.

Gopro has several other software's but on a desktop studio is a breeze.

Its a 3 part process, import clips and highlight the parts of the clip you like, then add those clips to the convert column. Hit convert all. This allows you to further crop, zoom, edit or enhance the footage in step 2.

Since I have several different types and name brands of cameras (gooro, sony, samsung, cannon, apple, fugifilm, Panasonic, tatacam, contour) which aren't compatible with gopro studio. I save each edited gopro clip to my computer then finish my movies in Adobe (freaking takes forever)

But if all u have is gopro, drag those edited clips in the step 2 tab to the bottom of the page onto the time line. You can add all your edited clips from all the videos you shot, add text if you want, then click the step 3 export button.

That saves all the clips as one edited movie in a file on your computer

From there upload that file to YouTube or Facebook. I use YouTube as I'm off of Facebook for a while to avoid social media - except bayou bucks only : ) until i get all my season's footage sorted out.

I'm trying to edit up all my clips of my crazy weekend myself today. It was my craziest weekend with my long bow in the all day rain but got so much footage to sort thru.


Awesome, thank you very much.


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