I have just been playing with Adobe Premiere Clip and I really like the way you can select a load of clips, choose a piece of music and it syncs the clips to the beat of the music. However, with the video I am trying to create being fairly long, the software continually crashes on my phone. Can anyone help me by pointing out a free piece of software I can use on Windows or Linux which would perform the same functionality. I dont need anything overly powerful, just the ability to have the program auto generate a movie/video for me from a load of clips which is synced to a beat. The only other thing I'd really like to be able to do is to adjust the volume of the soundtrack and tweak the clip length.
Many thanks in advance
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I haven't found any good video editing software programs that work on tablets or phones. (yet) Can you use a PC or Apple computer?Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence -Carl Sagan
Yes, Windows or Linux platforms are the two setups I have at home.
Seems to be a lot of paid tools there but the only free one I could find that may was Davinci Resolve. That seems to be limited in the nuimber of x.264 formats it'll accept, but that's not unusual in pro level tools, and there's a learning curve there. Others may have something better, but often these things are not as simple as they seem.