Motovlogging Video Editor

2LOLWY

Wannabie Member
Feb 25, 2019
1
0
1
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I ride a
Kawasaki Bajaj Dominar 400
Hi, newly member lang po. Any free video creator po good for vlogging? Maybe basic editing lang like adding music, effects, transitions. Thanks!
 

Moto Mush

Wannabie Member
Feb 15, 2019
10
5
3
29
I ride a
2007 Victory Vegas
2017 Kawasaki z125
2002 Harley sportster
I think iMovie is free for mac
 

Raven

Adventurer
Jan 4, 2016
99
42
18
Louisville, KY, USA
raven.deckyon.com
I ride a
2014 Honda NC700XD
DaVinci Resolve is going to be the most capable free software available regardless of OS (Win/Mac). After that, if you are looking to spend money, my preference is Adobe Premier Pro.

Key is to pick an application and stick with it and learn it. Jumping from app to app will warrant you nothing but frustration.
 

B.Vation

Bikervation
Feb 28, 2019
24
25
13
Wiltshire
www.available-light.uk
I ride a
2007 Harley Davidson Sportster XL1200R Roadster
Hi, newly member lang po. Any free video creator po good for vlogging? Maybe basic editing lang like adding music, effects, transitions. Thanks!
DaVinci resolve 15 is excellent and free BUT needs a powerful computer 16+ Gb Ram and very good graphics card, all the requirements and downloads can be found on their website - Blackmagic Design. I've been using it for a couple of years now but only at a very basic level.
 
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jasonrides

Wannabie Member
Jan 18, 2019
18
17
3
23
I ride a
Honda CBR250R
I use Hitfilm express. It's a step up from Windows Movie Maker and has all the neat tools in it to create any creative edits you have in mind.
 
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Bike4Fun

Bike4Fun - Motovlog
Apr 10, 2019
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10
3
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Berlin
I ride a
BMW
Take a look to avid, the industry standard. A time ago, t think they had have a free version.
 

Foreigner0

Wannabie Member
Jun 3, 2016
92
94
18
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I ride a
BMW F800GT
DaVinci Resolve is going to be the most capable free software available regardless of OS (Win/Mac). After that, if you are looking to spend money, my preference is Adobe Premier Pro.

Key is to pick an application and stick with it and learn it. Jumping from app to app will warrant you nothing but frustration.
Also available for Linux ;)
 
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HeyItsRick

MotoRickyRicardo
Apr 6, 2018
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146
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30
www.youtube.com
I ride a
2017 Harley Davidson Iron 833
iMovie was great for basic stuff, Filmora is really good too if you can get past the watermark.
I recently started using LumaFusion on the iPad, it was $20 and is pretty easy to use.
 

chrisw959

All Season Rider
Aug 29, 2017
638
587
93
Leicestershire
www.chriswallace959.weebly.com
I ride a
2007 Hartford HD125L, 2013 Honda CB500X
I've mainly been Premiere Pro. I did get a key given to me for free so I can't complain. Though I have been using Da Vinci Resolve. Both full fledged editors and can they both are very campble but there isn't that much difference between the two. There is plenty of tutorials on both. I'm mainly using Reslove these days
 

SM26

Supermoto isn't just a bike, it's a way of life
Oct 29, 2015
122
104
43
Israel
I ride a
Husqvarna 701SM 2018
I use Cyberlink PowerDirector.

it's not free
it's not the best one out there

But it's really optimized for laptop, so it run the best on my pc.
easy and simple, and can do about 99.9% of the stuff I want/need
 
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