I have a security camera on my car which is triggered by motion detection.
Each time it happens it records about 10 seconds in dual cameras which end up with two files A_[timestamp]for front, B_[timestamp] for rear view.

I want a suggestions for free/paid software which can do the following:

  1. Open all videos of type A or B at once and linking them to one timeline viewable video- please note I prefer not to create a new long video out of all, just to view them sequential with being able to adjust time more fast/slow in the timeline.

  2. Being able to analyze video and tagging the sections which persons are recognized.

  • What do you mean by analyze? "Computer, zoom in and enhance" is a bit of TV/film artistic license still. Commented Nov 8, 2018 at 4:31
  • If what you're asking is how to edit multicam sequences, Adobe Premiere can do this very easily. Commented Dec 11, 2018 at 15:01

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What Beginner Video Editing Software Should I Use?

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I use an editing software called Sony Vegas pro 13. It can handle as many video clips as I want. And it will give you the advantage of stitching the footage together, zooming in and also taking images from the footage.

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