- Jan 10, 2019
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Hi can anybody give me some advice on a realy good easy to use video editing app please.
I took a look at it now, really impressive software. Does it also feature motion tracking? If that's the name, locking an effect to a certain area or pixel. So you don't have to create a motion path by hand.When I’m editing at work I use a program called Edius by Grass Valley. At home, however, I use an iOS app called LumaFusion. It’s $20, which might seem like a bit for an app...but it’s not too bad really.
It comes with some free stock type music, sound effects...and some other things.
It can be as basic and easy as you want, or much more advanced. Editing in layer (audio and video), you can chroma stuff (like a green screen for example), and a ton of other stuff! Also, no. I don’t work for them. Haha.
I know my way around editing video, as I do a good amount professionally...feel free to reach out if you have any questions, or would just like pointers!! I’m always happy to help.
I’m not sure if it does it automatically...I haven’t tried that. It does let you create key frames in s layoutter and kind of follow a portion of the shot that way!I took a look at it now, really impressive software. Does it also feature motion tracking? If that's the name, locking an effect to a certain area or pixel. So you don't have to create a motion path by hand.
If you are interested in editing video's but are on a budget than Butterflow is worth checking out. It creates really smooth interpolated video's from 30 to 60 or even 120 fps for free.
DeShake is also a nice IOS app. Gets updated from time to time, allows you to stabilize Tello or other video footage. I use it when i caught video in sports mode.