I've heard that somewhere before...Well, it was good while it lasted, but I was hoping for something a little longer than 24 seconds.
I am still learning adobe.. its a new world. The biggest advantage is being able to record at 60FPS and the edit and export a video at the same quality. GOPRO STUDIO and movie maker dont offer that option. So even if your video is good, you get a compressed final package. As as far as editing, you have many options.Nice! There was a time when I had a less than legal copy of that software but it brought my computer to its knees. That was a couple of computers ago... Do you feel like the quality of the final video is heads and toes above what you were getting before? I've only got iMovie and GoPro Studio at the moment.
Had you been using the free GoPro Studio before this? And if so, do you know how the heck to stretch your clips at the editing window so you can have more control over them? I'm talking down on the timeline. It's the only thing I haven't figured out about GoPro Studio that is making me pretty sucky at splicing together videos and overlaying text.