Turn GoPro footage into high-quality action-filled stories.
GoPro cameras are rugged, affordable devices that allow athletes and adventurers to become moviemakers. Video clips of what it’s like to surf, skate or ride abound on social media and they’re usually captured on GoPro.
GoPro footage ranges from 4K video to low-res, which gives users a great deal of flexibility. If you want to create a crisp, high-resolution video that will wow viewers on YouTube or Vimeo, you can do so with GoPro. If you want to speed up the motion of an event to make it easily viewable on mobile devices, you can.
Whether you’re creating Hollywood-quality footage of snowboarders in flight or grainy first-person footage of a precarious bicycle ride, Premiere Rush offers GoPro users many convenient options when they edit their video footage. Premiere Rush is Adobe’s video editing tool for mobile devices, so GoPro users can easily edit videos on-the-go with an Android, iPhone, iPad or other devices.
The best video editing features for GoPro footage.
Regardless of the action-based activity you’re recording, there are a few key things every creator needs from their video editing software. These editing features will come in handy for a variety of common GoPro activities like biking, surfing and capturing ATV action.
Put action in slow motion or speed it up.
There’s no single slo-mo or speed-up tool in Premiere Rush. Rather, you get added customisation with a flexible slider that allows you to slow down or speed up the frame rate as needed.
To slow down a clip, go to Time and select the section of footage you want to slow down. There’s a slider directly below the footage, which by default is set to 100%. By lowering it below 100, you’ll add a slow-motion effect to the footage you’ve selected. If you select 40%, your footage will be 40% as fast as the original. Likewise, you can also speed up footage by selecting a value greater than 100. If you select 200%, for instance, your footage will be twice as fast.
Match your video footage with music.
You may want your action footage to be accompanied by music. Adding music to a clip in Premiere Rush is simple. With Timed Remapping, you can make footage speed up or slow down to match a given time duration, including the duration of an audio clip. With this option, you can make sure that dramatic action and dramatic music are perfectly in sync.