GoPro Video Editor

GoPro Video Editor is developed to meet demands by millions of GoPro users who wish to edit the footage from Gopro HD Hero 2, GoPro Surf, GoPro Motorcycle or GoPro Helmlet camera. the program helps you edit video, publish for vimeo, youtube, facebook and burn them to DVD/Blu-ray discs.

GoPro HD Hero 2 Video Editor gives you ultimate control over your video files. This GoPro Video Editor offers you powerful editing options: Trim(set start and end time), Crop(set aspect ratio 16:9/4:3 etc), Merge(join several files into one), Apply effect(adjust brightness, contrast, and saturation etc), set output parameter(adjust resolution, Frame Rate, Encoder and Bitrate ), Snapshot, Rotate, Trim, cut, split, mix videos, overlays, insert menus, add music to GoPro video,texts and subtitles. The best part of the program is that it helps you burn GoPro video to DVD/Blu-ray discs.

Windows 8 compatible GoPro Video Editor also helps convert GoPro video MPEG-4(H.264) into various format like avi, mpg, wmv, mov, 3gp, swf, flv for imports into Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas. free download the GoPro video editor now to your pc.

Step 1: Download and install GoPro Video Editor


Click here to download it. After the download is finished, run the GoProVideo Editor.exefile and follow the installation wizard instructions.

Step 2: Launch GoPro Video Editor and load your video Run GoPro Video Editor. To create your new project you can load a desired video file using different sources:

  • Press Import Media Files to add media files stored on your computer HDD. In the opened Windows explorer window select the needed video file and click Open;
  • Press Capture from Camera to use video recordings captured from your camera. The AVS Video Recorder application will be launched to let you do it;
  • Press Capture Screen to use video recordings of your desktop. The AVS Screen Captureapplication will be launched to let you do it.

In any case your input video file will be placed into the Current Project folder of the Media Library and displayed in the Files and Effects Area. At this moment you’ll be asked if you want to set the aspect ratio for this project in accordance with the aspect of the first video or not.

Note!Note: it is recommended to set the aspect ratio for your project at the beginning of your work to avoid distortions of the output video. If you need to change the aspect ratio of the project, select the Aspect Ratio item in the Edit section of the Top Menu, then set an appropriate value.

If you want to load some more files to your current project use the ImportCapture or Screen Capture buttons of the Media Library.

To navigate between your media files loaded into the program use the folders on the left. You can also sort your media files using the category buttons located above the Files and Effects Area.

Step 3: Add your video to the Timeline

To apply different effects to your video, place the movie to the Timeline area, first of all. If you import a new file to the program using the buttons from theStart Project page, this file will be added to the Timeline automatically. If you need to add several more files to the Timeline do it manually. Select your video in the Files and Effects Areaand without releasing the left mouse button drag it to the very first row of the Timeline and only after that release the button to drop the video there:

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