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« Reply #25 on: October 25, 2019, 10:43 »
Just trimming and exporting. Any program.

But as soon as you said blur tracking you really should get into After Effects right away if you want to keep doing this.

As much as I want to say "yes" to this as an Adobe person, After Effects is definitely not the right tool for a self described newbie.  Lots of great tools out there and have been mentioned.  If you stick with it (and I hope you do), then take a good look at Premiere Pro and yes, After Effects for some clean up, tracking and object removal.


« Reply #26 on: October 25, 2019, 11:18 »
We all started from scratch Dennis :)
Many people attracted from the free option of Davinci, dived from zero and became full users.
There are some many AE guides and how to's that one can develop a simple workflow and enhance it in the future. If the user is not interesting in multicam edit or long clips event assembly etc etc perhaps it is better to go with AE.

As a side note if i could start over i would prefer over everything a node based nle like Nuke.


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