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video editing software for E-PL1?

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  • video editing software for E-PL1?

    Hi all,

    I have a time-lapse video that i would like some music added to, just wondering what software people normally use? I have had a go using Windows movie maker, but the resolution has changed into square losing it's HD properties and i think the frame rate may have changed. I would like to keep the original properties if thats possible.

    Thanks in advance,
    Jonny
    E-PL1, 14-42, MMF-1

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    Re: video editing software for E-PL1?

    Adobe Premiere Elements or the big daddy Premiere Pro.

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    • #3
      Re: video editing software for E-PL1?

      I use Pinnacle Studio - pretty good IMO.
      Dave

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        Re: video editing software for E-PL1?

        I use the full Adobe Premiere CS5 version and it imports the video just fine, so I would assume Elements would be ok too
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        • #5
          Re: video editing software for E-PL1?

          Thanks for the replies all, ended up using Premiere elements as im still running XP. Its done the job nicely.
          E-PL1, 14-42, MMF-1

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