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    i find that its more time consuming to edit footage if its in large lumps...i prefer to take clips in smaller portions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colinicky View Post
    Thanks all for the answers . Matt, I asked because the manufacturers own software is not always the best or easiest to use but I will give it a go once back home from trip
    i have better success with cyberlink power director..maybe worth a look at that. its simple to edit and quick to rendor the footage.

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    I'm using Corel videostudio now. It didn't take very long to get used to it.

    Loch Etive - 2015: https://youtu.be/IAAPH8ccMcw

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    Like others I tend to take movie clips in shortish bursts of a few minutes as this makes editing easier.
    My preferred editing software is Apple imovie, though this hurts me to admit. imovie is the only thing I like about Apple based products.
    Don't forget that once you have rendered your movie you can share by setting up a free account on Vimeo. The free version saves video to a max of 720 dpi, but if you pay out money then the you can have the high definition version for us all to see.

    https://vimeo.com/115899822

    https://vimeo.com/97846948
    I am a cheapskate. However when I have sufficient videos to make it worthwhile I will upgrade my account.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippytyre View Post
    I'm using Corel videostudio now. It didn't take very long to get used to it.

    Loch Etive - 2015: https://youtu.be/IAAPH8ccMcw
    that reminded me of parts of loch carron...no life lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbum View Post
    that reminded me of parts of loch carron...no life lol
    Not in that video but on the previous dive we seen a big dogfish and a skate. It is a little bare though.


 
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