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    go pro hd 720p @ 60fps and Adobe Premiere pro cs5.5

    i have lots (maybe nto lots) of footage at 720p @ 60fps that i'd like to edit... i am installing premiere pro cs5.5 and i'd like to know if anyone can give me tips as what do do...

    can i import the file straight from the go pro to premiere? do i need to use other software to take the contents of it and save it as .MOV as other sites suggest?

    what settings should i use for youtube and/or vimeo?

    help please

    thanks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by carspidey View Post
    can i import the file straight from the go pro to premiere
    Yes.

    Quote Originally Posted by carspidey View Post
    what settings should i use for youtube and/or vimeo?
    There are presets for both Vimeo HD and Youtube HD.

    Google is your friend here...

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    Read the manual

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    Quote Originally Posted by aedubber View Post
    Read the manual
    funny guy... sometimes it's better if you just don't say a thing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sub_lime View Post
    Yes.



    There are presets for both Vimeo HD and Youtube HD.

    Google is your friend here...
    thanks..

    i have googled some and it's kind of hard to get things when you are new to editing you know... i figure i could get some help here...

    i did not see the presets for vimeo or youtube... i'll check again today after work...

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    Wasnt trying to be funny, if you have no clue on editing its not like your gonna pick it up right away esp with premiere pro cs5.5 , just sayin..... Its very time consuming , and you need to know what tools do what etc .

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    Quote Originally Posted by aedubber View Post
    Wasnt trying to be funny, if you have no clue on editing its not like your gonna pick it up right away esp with premiere pro cs5.5 , just sayin..... Its very time consuming , and you need to know what tools do what etc .
    that's cool then...

    I have googled and looked at videos...

    i just edited my first video - minus a soundtrack which i am planning on doing today... the reason why i posted the question was because in all my reading people were saying different things and i was just trying to get info from the friends in this forum...

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    No problem man, when it comes to editing its basically just mess around with anything an everything you see. Then your able to see what does what and how it all works etc . So lets see your first edit

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    i'll add the music today and see how it goes...

    i am still trying to figure out which song i'll use... the video is mostly POV footage (actually all of it is POV)...

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    I will say I like to post on vimeo rather than youtube.

    Also you might think about using a creative commons licensed song. That way youtube might not mess with it (take it down or tick an ad on it or something).

    Yes I self taught myself when I got my vio1 years ago. And still learning after picking up a few contours and a hand held canon HD. Nearly everything can be found using google. It does take patience to find the bits of useful info applicable to your setup and style though. Like below poster said practice and have fun.

    Tech stuff is really not hard. I'm typing this on a self built computer. Just got an inkling several years ago to do it and really it was maybe a good day's worth of learning. And have been through several upgrades since.

    The modern world is sooo fun.


    Quote Originally Posted by carspidey View Post
    i'll add the music today and see how it goes...

    i am still trying to figure out which song i'll use... the video is mostly POV footage (actually all of it is POV)...

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