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You can use VSDC Video editor. It is free. You can add clips, delete a portion of a clip, add text wherever you want, move the text from one place to another, PIP (Picture in picture) is possible. You can save in many formnats. This SW (VSDC) also works as convertor to convert the videos from one format to another. This accepts images, videos, audios, etc. ...
Since you mention Adobe software, what about Prelude and Prelude Live Logger? It's my understanding that these apps are tailored to ingest, logging, and metadata entry.
Here's a labor intensive solution. http://punkoryan.com/2011/02/08/shooting-360-degree-video-with-four-gopro-hd-hero-cameras Post if you have found another solution. I have some 3 camera video panoramas from the 1980's I want to stitch. thnks chris
There is a similar question in stack overflow http://stackoverflow.com/questions/28320004/detect-if-video-file-contains-movement Apart from OpenCV they also suggest SimpleCV http://simplecv.org/ and "Motion" http://www.lavrsen.dk/foswiki/bin/view/Motion/WebHome
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