Separate names with a comma.
Sign up and join the fastest growing Yuneec drone community.
Discussion in 'Q500 4K Discussion' started by Chaz, Feb 23, 2016.
What's the best software for editing videos from the 4k camera? Preferably free!
give this a shot. looks great. I have iMovie but will download this for the laptop. cheers
Wondershare Video Editor - The best video editing software for Windows & Mac.
looking forward to hearing from folks who download and use this. is it 4k friendly? any special features worthy of mention?
Wondershare is pretty good but the free version will only convert a third of your movie, you can edit, supress chunks of the video and also compress a video so you can upload it easily on a platform, but you have to shoot a lot (it will convert 1 minute of a 3 minute movie) of video to make the most of the free version
I bought it and it actually gives you a lot more than you ask for, you can download youtube video very easily for example
sounds good. how much is it? does it do 4k?
Can anyone tell me WHEN you need to upgrade software???
I'd recommend GoPro Studio. Works great with 4k, and has a bunch of tools to remove fisheye and add colour saturation, etc. There is a good tutorial on Lynda.com on all of its features.
My understanding the software is free to use.
Here's the download page:
For us Mac users who can't use Dashware, I've found a site that has video editing and telemetry data input built in to its software. Mac/Win compatible. I'll let you know more when I produce a video with it. For now it's the Garmin VIRB editing software. Has anyone else found this to be useful?
Sounds interesting. Please post your findings...
Update: Failed. The Garmin software works fine, just the CSV file from the remote work with the Garmin software. It's looking for .gpx or .tcx files not .csv . I'll keep looking. Would be nice if Dashware made a Mac compatible version of their software for us.
There is a way to convert the file formats. I'm just not sure what just yet.
I use the Magix Yuneec version, It's free and does 4K, easy to learn, great results!!!
i would love to see your video done with Magix. have you posted anything on youtube yet?
Freemake makes video and audio conversion software. Windows only. Free.
Use the video editor & compositor built into Blender (blender.org - Home of the Blender project - Free and Open 3D Creation Software).
It's 100% free, will run on any platform, and is powerful enough for just about anything you care to do with it.
And regarding "editing 4k," just about no one actually edits the true 4k footage. Create proxy files that are stand-ins for the real footage. You edit using the proxies and then the video editing software uses the full 4k sources when rendering. Blender and any halfway decent editor will work with proxies.