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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.
i have better success with cyberlink power director..maybe worth a look at that. its simple to edit and quick to rendor the footage.
Originally Posted by colinicky
I'm using Corel videostudio now. It didn't take very long to get used to it.
Loch Etive - 2015: https://youtu.be/IAAPH8ccMcw
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.
I am a cheapskate. However when I have sufficient videos to make it worthwhile I will upgrade my account.
that reminded me of parts of loch carron...no life lol
Originally Posted by hippytyre
Not in that video but on the previous dive we seen a big dogfish and a skate. It is a little bare though.
Originally Posted by bigbum