Complete beginner here and still currently on trial version of PE 10
I have several hours of footage taken with a GoPro HD Hero2 at 960p 48fps (mp4) and am trying to create my first movie
Output would primarily be for online viewing (YouTube/ Vimeo etc ) followed by whatever format is best for viewing on PC and iPad
- am happy to clip it to 720p ( once I've worked out how), yet not necessary
Could someone point me towards the best project settings to use when creating my first project? I dont see a 48fps option, yet not sure whether that is relevant ev
If you need any more info before being able to help, jsut let me know. The footage looks great in its raw form
Go Pro footage can make for some fairly problematic source footage in Premiere Elements. However, Bill Hunt has some suggestions for converting the files that may help in his Tips & Tricks.
I had a look through that yet it looks like Bill's post refers to an older model of the GoPro and where the 960p was recorded at 30fps.
Is there anyway of editing (creating) an Adobe Premeiere Elements 10 preset to accept 48fps ... or am I missing the point completely?
Another beginner's question then .....
Does anyone have any suggestions as to the best way to deal with this load of HD footage I've got (960p: 1280×960, 48FPS) so I can edit to create my own movie?
This may help.
But, like Bill's tip, it's apparently not possible to edit 48 fps footage natively.
I generally use Aimersoft Video Converter Pro for problematic clips. There is a free version that does all the conversions ( just excludes some of the other advanced features of the Pro version).
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