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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.
Hi, my name's Rich Harrington, and today, we're going to be taking a look at getting footage off of a camera like this so it's ready to edit. Whether that be with GoPro Studio or popular editing tools for both professionals and enthusiasts. Thanks to the utility GoPro Studio, there's a lot of great things you could do to optimize the footage. Perhaps it's transcoding to an edit from a codec like Cineform, or removing some of the fish-eye distortion or optimizing the contrast or color.
With GoPro Studio there's a bunch of really cool stuff we can do, and throughout today's course I'm going to walk you through how to use this software. This is free software from GoPro. Now, there is a more advanced version of GoPro Studio available with some professional features for those of you working with 3D. But in today's course, we're going to focus on the core features that work with all of the versions including the free version. So grab your GoPro camera, get a card with some footage, and let's jump in.
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