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Once you've finished shooting, your GoPro's job may be done, but your footage usually needs some extra polish. This course shows you how to get footage off your GoPro camera, edit it quickly, and share your movies with the world with GoPro Studio, the free utility that makes GoPro edits easy. Tune in and learn how to trim away unwanted clips, transcode footage to an edit-friendly format, remove distortion, and enhance color and contrast. When you're done, you can export movies and still images for sharing, or hand off the results to another professional or consumer-grade video editing application.
Once a clip is in the timeline, you can change its speed. Here's a shot that I put in the middle here. And let's adjust the handles a bit. And watch that back. Looks good. But I'd like to slow that down a bit. With the clip selected, you'll see the speed slider over here. So, I could drag that to enter in a new value. Or type it in numerically, such as 50%. You'll now notice, as the clip plays back. It's at half speed, really slowing down that trick.
You want to slow a clip down, piece of cake. Just select it and adjust the speed here in the Video properties. Let's take that to 75. Play it back. You may notice though with the clip speed changes that the audio is often removed.
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