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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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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.


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If nothing helped you to launch AME, watch this:


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Hitfilm has a free express version and a paid version. It's a video editor and a compositor.


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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


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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 ...


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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)


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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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