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27 Aug 2017 05:58

So recently I've been making some videos about SE on Youtube. I'm quite a rookie on the matter, so I thought it would be amazing if I can see videomakers in the forum exchanging opinions and experience, thus the thread. Hope you guys like it! :-)
To start with, I have 2 questions.
1.What's the best video editor you recommend?
2.How to improve the efficiency when editing or trimming?
 
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27 Aug 2017 06:13

elemental wrote:
So recently I've been making some videos about SE on Youtube. I'm quite a rookie on the matter, so I thought it would be amazing if I can see videomakers in the forum exchanging opinions and experience, thus the thread. Hope you guys like it! :-)
To start with, I have 2 questions.
1.What's the best video editor you recommend?
2.How to improve the efficiency when editing or trimming?

To answer your first question I use wondershare filmora. For any video. You can get a trail version for free and pay for the full version. But there's an easy way to get the full version for free. I can send you details through PM.
https://www.wondershare.net/ad/video-ed ... gJ1dfD_BwE
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30 Aug 2017 07:52

I use OBS for filiming.

Shotcut for editing.

Both are free and don't have viruses. I found that some others sometimes to contain viruses, so be careful.
 
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30 Aug 2017 11:44

i usually export stuff like cylindrical maps-planet textures and such to After effects
that way i can get the enviroments (convert to hdr) and use element 3d for animating ships and such,
even easier is using iclone7 as it also has pbr rendering and easy cameras
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20 Sep 2017 11:15

i dont think ive actually seen a cooler video :-D that video pretty much sums up everything good about the internet
like, totally awthum
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20 Sep 2017 15:06

Aarontep, there is no video in this thread, and your previous message is similarly obscure... You're not a bot, aren't you?
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27 Oct 2017 14:57

Haven't played with them much, but HitFilm Express and OneShot Video Editor are free and well-featured with no watermark or anything (HFE, though, has an odd activation process). OSVE seems to have to fixed its crashes but I couldn't figure out how to make a custom video size, plus its file sizes were a bit bigger than HFE's.

If you're looking to cut something, I quite recommend Online Video Cutter, assume the file size isn't over 500 MB. Its file size output is wonderfully small.
 
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05 Nov 2017 15:16

Haravin wrote:
I use OBS for filiming.

Shotcut for editing.

Both are free and don't have viruses. I found that some others sometimes to contain viruses, so be careful.

OBS seems laggy/stuttery on my PC with SE. Is using Steam's built-in video recorder/streamer any better for slower PC's like mine?
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05 Nov 2017 23:01

I use kdenlive in Kubuntu for editing.  I find it easy to use, but it's a bit unstable (which has improved much lately, though).
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