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Based on info revealed in chat: I trying to install that on windows 10 32 bit . Is it a problem ? the answer is that since version CS5, Premiere Pro is 64-bit only and can't be installed on a 32-bit OS.
Just wanted to mention Davinci's hardware requirements. Of course you can't neglect hardware when editing video, but Davinci is quite voracious on that account - not comparable, for example, to Lightworks or Sony Vegas. I really wanted to try it, but gave up because the hw upgrade needed was huge.
If nothing helped you to launch AME, watch this:
Hitfilm has a free express version and a paid version. It's a video editor and a compositor.
In addition to SoloShot, another product to consider may be TecNec ITP-1 In The Picture - Robotic Camera Panhead Ref: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/490975-REG/TecNec_ITP_1_ITP_1_In_The_Picture.html
High-end sports productions have cameras that can pan, tilt, and zoom their way to tracking a golf ball when driven 300+ yards off a tee. Such systems are well beyond the budgets of typical user groups. A system called SoloShot costs less than $1000, and might have the spatial resolution needed for your application. Recording in 4K gives you a 2:1 ...
Lightworks (as mentioned previous) but also newcomer to the game is BlackMagic Davinci Resolve 12 which can be both Free and Paid (if you want all the PRO Pro Features)
Since you said you use Blender for animation, why not just use that? Feature-wise, it's video editor can stand on it's own. It's a nightmare in usability (in my opinion, I believe that's also the general consensus), but if you're used to the program anyway ... Free software There are a couple of free programs available (a list, another list), most of which ...
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