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I'm using lasted AVIDEMUX (2.6.911 version) for join the GoPro videos. It's very fast and easy to use. To start a "project", drag and drop the first file you want to join from windows explorer to avidemux window, than continue to drag and drop following the numeration of the GoPro files. To create the new joined video, select OUTPUT format to MP4c2Muxer, ...


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I would use skype from the remote location into the local computer running wirecast then use their screen capturing option to capture the skype video. The pro version of wirecast allows and input to be RTMP, Web streams and IP cameras. Assuming you have that, you could stream from the remote wirecast and bring it in as a source on the local system. You ...


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Any DSLR that can provide a live video signal (such as via HDMI) can feed that signal to a recording device (such as Atmos SHOGUN) or monitoring device (such as a TV monitor). In order for your computer to handle live video, you need a live video input port, typically found on cards such as the Blackmagic Design Deck Link card. BlackMagic's Media Express ...


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In Final Cut Pro X, you simply connect your camera or card reader to the computer, and choose "Import" and it should show up. There's a tutorial here. The documentation for Final Cut Pro X is online. You can read the docs on file import here. I've not used Premiere in a few years, so I don't know the workflow there.


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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.



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