You cannot add trimmed video to the organizer without exporting them first from Elements.
I would stick to using Gopro Studio and import the trimmed cineform files.
Ok. That is a shame, but I guess I'll have to stick to that solution.
Technically you cannot do what you want, with no program.
With Gopro studio you also export the trimmed clips (to cineform avi/mov).
There are programs like Premiere Pro that can make so-called subclips but they stay within the project.
They are a kind of virtual clips, they do not appear on the hard disk,
Correct. The difference is that in GoPro Studio I can create a queue with all the videos separately, and for each one of them - also separately - do multiple cuts. Those multiple cuts create multiple different files automatically, exactly what I am looking for.
As I said, it is really hard to remember were the small valuable parts of a video are when they're mixed with dozens of big videos.
Anyhow, thank you very much for your help. Have a nice day!
Edit: Just read about your comment on Premiere Pro. That functionality would be perfect. The idea of not having to create new files is actually the best solution. Unfortunately I do not have this software.
I've just got PE15 myself and find the same issue. Seems to be a real flaw in the PE15 software. So the answer is to trim video footage in another software before importing to organiser? Crazy. Fix this Adobe.
Couldn't agree more! Grrrr.