Preparing GoPro Footage for Editing with Richard Harrington (updated Jun 09, 2017) Size: 8.48 GB | Duration: 2h 22m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English After youve captured action shots in the field with your GoPro, youre ready to get your footage off of your camera and into your video editing software.
In this course, Rich Harrington walks through how to transfer and organize your GoPro footage so you can edit and share it. He explains how to use built-in tools such as GoPro Studio. He shows how to trim away unwanted clips or parts of clips, transcode footage to formats optimized for video editing, use optionssuch as the GoPro CineForm codecto ensure that your files are ready to edit in any popular editing tool, and more. Upon completing this course, youll have the knowledge you need to prepare footage for major professional and consumer video editing applications.
Topics include: - Installing GoPro Studio - Choosing and formatting an editing drive - Understanding the GoPro Studio workflow - Using GoPro Studio as a stand-alone application - Importing and converting footage - Creating a new project and importing source video files - Applying geometric corrections to clips and improving fish eye - Choosing a destination for conversions - Working with time-lapse sequences - The path to editing - Editing with GoPro Studio - Exporting a movie and still images - Exporting your project