Humble Bundle Video Editor (360) + Music. Ends 2nd Sep

Q&A about the latest versions
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Branigan
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Wed Aug 19, 2020 10:27 am

Currently on the HumbleBundle website is the 'Your Sounds, Your Music' bundle for the price of ~£20/$25, although as it's for Charity: feel free to pay more for what is $678 / £511 worth of last year's very capable software.

https://www.humblebundle.com/software/y ... le_index_3

This isn't like the sort of marginally useful fluffware you see on "GiveAwayOfTheDay", these are always high quality products worth hundreds of £/$.

It includes Magix Video Pro X 11 (worth $399), which can handle 360 movies well over the usual 4096 x 2048 that most other software supports, it can work with 8k video, so should/might not have to downscale the 5.7k video output of many 360 cameras for YouTube etc. and inserting inside your panoramas.

Edit: Yes, it can handle exporting up to 7680 x4320 (which is bigger than the 7680 x 3840 at 2:1 ratio you'd need) in HEVC / H.265 format.

You may need the Free GoPro 360 Metadata Injector for oversized 360 videos, I've not yet tested uploading anything over 4k to YouTube, but with 8K video support it seems fairly futureproof.

Note that as it's last year's full version it also gives you the option to download ~8GB of templates, menus, transitions etc.

For more lightweight editing (or to pass on to someone else) Vegas Movie Studio 16 Platinum (worth $79.99) is included.

For your music needs there is Sound Forge Audio Studio 13 ($59.99), ACID Music Studio 11 ($59.99) and Music Maker V4 with a $40 voucher for the music packs in the Magix store and the EDM Discharge Soundpool (£39.99) with 589 Loops at 130 BPM...if you like that sort of thing. :)

Make the most of this offer while it lasts and, if nothing else: you'll have given to charity and get a massive discount off any future upgrades if you like the software.

Win / Win :D

Moderators: Delete this post when the offer expires in a few weeks to avoid confusion? Cheers. :wink:
Branigan
Posts: 228
Joined: Tue May 19, 2020 3:43 pm

Thu Aug 20, 2020 3:06 pm

Update, can confirm it handles big 360 movies with no problems.

Whether Vimeo and YouTube handle them is another question, but if/when they do: You'll be ready. ;)
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