In my GoPro Enthusiasts Facebook Group, we had a quick discussion on how we appreciate the “Casey Neistat style” of shooting and editing videos. Usually, my weekly videos are more of the “how-to” variety, but this week I changed things up a bit by doing more of a “vlog” style video… with a how-to twist.
If you’re TOTALLY new to video editing, I have a page with some video editing software options and my thoughts on each one. It’s like choosing a car, you kinda have to check it out and get a feel for it before you commit.
On this page, you’ll find all of my posts and videos for video editing, but if you’re looking for tutorials for video editing software, here are my video editing software categories:
I have been playing with a piece of video editing software this week that I’ve never used before! It’s called Filmora from Wondershare, and they were kind enough to sponsor this post*.
If you’ve spent some time in Premiere Pro, editing GoPro videos and getting things just the way you want them, then at some point, you might want to export your GoPro videos in Premiere Pro as well. That way you can share then with the world! And Premiere Pro is pretty flexible, but with that …
Whether or not you shoot with Protune on or off, you might need to adjust and correct your colors when editing your clips. Color correction doesn’t have to be complicated!
One of my favorite things about graduating to Adobe Premiere Pro from other video editing programs is that the workspace is completely customizable.
Did you know that you can remove GoPro fisheye in Adobe Premiere Pro? Today, we’re going to cover some of the very basic editing functions of Premiere Pro, as well as applying the lens correction preset to your GoPro videos so that you can get rid of your fisheye effect.
Do you have to convert your GoPro files before editing them, or can you just use your videos straight from the camera? That seems to be the mystery of the day! And I’ll be honest… I have never converted GoPro clips before editing in Premiere Pro, but since I see this question pop up a lot, …
Are you ready to graduate from GoPro Studio or your intro-level GoPro video editing software? I use Premiere Pro for GoPro editing as well as all of my blog videos. It’s my video editor of choice, so it’s high time that I create a series of tutorials and getting started videos for my fellow GoPro …
Last week, I showed you how to use the Quik app that GoPro acquired (it used to be called Replay) that automatically edits video footage from your phone or your GoPro and it does it all right in the mobile app on your phone. Splice is a little bit different… actually, it’s A LOT different …
GoPro introduced their new “mobile creative suite” recently, which consists of two apps that they recently acquired. The new GoPro Quik app (formerly called Replay) automatically turns your photos and clips into fully-edited, fun to watch movies with music, transitions, and graphics… all on your iPhone or Android device.
Usually, the first thing people google after figuring out how to use the fun new Ricoh Theta S camera is, “How To Edit 360 Video.” Why? Because 360 Video editing is a little daunting and tricky.
Hey ya know I’m not the only one on YouTube with GoPro Tutorials and How-To videos, right? There are some other fantastic channels that have fun videos and GoPro tutorials, and I think you’d like to check some of them out.
I recently got an email from Jim, who asked, “when editing a video, is it possible to add a narrative to the video?” And the answer is Yes! It is possible! And it’s possible to add a voice over in GoPro Studio as well.
Well hi! It’s been a busy busy week getting ready to launch my online course that I’ve talked SO much about the last several weeks (months?). And… it’s finally available and open for enrollment! Are you as excited as I am?
Normally, I wouldn’t be too concerned with shaky GoPro video footage, because… it’s a GoPro! It’s ok to be shaky because you’re probably using it for something really cool. But in my case, I had a 30-second time lapse of a sunrise from a cruise ship. So there is some shakiness happening in the clouds, on …
I know pretty much nothing about actually making movies, let alone captivating movies that tell timeless stories. But I have seen tons of boring GoPro videos and family movies, and I don’t think I need a film degree to decide that they’re boring. There’s a pretty easy fix if you think your own GoPro videos …
Ohhh you know what I mean. GoPro Studio… it freezes, it crashes, it even crashes while it’s auto-saving sometimes. You know why GoPro Studio crashes and burns like that?
Although I had a few posts and pages back before 2015, this year was the year I hit my blog and YouTube channel hard. I posted a video and blog post at least once a week, every single week, for the entire year.
I’m not married to any one particular GoPro editing platform. I have my favorites, sure, but I looked to my community to tell me what the best GoPro software out there was.
In celebration of my YouTube channel rolling over 1000 subscribers, I have devoted blog posts and videos to how to get your GoPro videos (or any kind of video) found and watched on YouTube. This is part two! And we’re talking custom thumbnails, plus annotations (huh?) and YouTube cards (double huh?).