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In general you can't create visual effects with one single application, because there are too many different departments like: Match moving Keying / Rotoscoping Modeling Texturing Animation Simulation Lighting / Rendering Compositing Some of them are more artistic and other very technical tasks. For every task there are 2+ specific applications to solve ...
After Effects is probably the easiest if those are the types of effects you want. It's not free, but I'm pretty sure it's cheaper than most alternatives for effects or compositing & has tons of online resources to learn with. Premiere Pro has some similar features (masks, shape layers, animation w/keyframes, etc), but not as robust or easy to use. You ...
there is an other nice on-the-fly video overlay software called Clamp, which is a commercial add-on for Wowza Streaming Engine. This can read overlay instructions during a live event from a text file or from database and apply them on the live stream at specified times.
The answer is to use Cyberlink PowerDirector instead. Much easier to use and you can achieve this with a couple of mouse clicks (right click on the audio and do "Normalize this audio track...")
Export just the audio as WAV and use an app called Auphonic - it will level out, not just normalise, the audio. I use it often and it makes everything sound much nicer.
I doubt that GoPro studio doesn't let you use vids from another source because I used footage from a sony cybershot. Moreover, on there website it says that it supports full capabillity to cannon and nikon cameras. If you are using windows 8 .mov files aren't supported. It supports all video files of H264 mp4 and mov for all other versions of windows. ...
IDK how well this would work. Prob. not at all for vids with differing GOPs, but you could try using something to mirror your keystrokes to multiple windows. Autohotkey can do that on Windows. On GNU/Linux, Terminator can send keystrokes to multiple gnome-terminal tabs at once, so you could control mplayer that way (since it reads the tty as well as ...
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