Garmin VIRB Edit
Current Version: 5.1.0
Last Updated: 26 days ago
Download Size: 78.1 MB - Download
The VIRB® Edit desktop app combines your VIRB video footage with GPS and other data from any VIRB action camera or a compatible Garmin device. The result is a rich, memorable, video experience that you can easily share and post online.
• Easily edit and view 360 videos, add 4K spherical stabilization and add augmented reality G-Metrix™ data overlays (available only on VIRB 360®)
• Add G-Metrix™ templates, gauges, and graphs to show speed, elevation, heart rate, g-force, lap data, and more
• View your entire video alongside a map with your track information
• Capture a full 360 view photo from a 360 video
• Assisted video editor automatically highlights the best moments from your video footage
• Trim, reorder and stitch clips together
• Apply slow motion to your videos
• Add music to your videos
• Add text and titles to your videos
• Built-in sharing to easily post footage on YouTube®, Facebook®, Vimeo® and Garmin Connect™ Share or export to your computer
Added support for VIRB 360
360 video playback, editing, and export
Video stabilization for 360 videos
G-Metrix: AR Gauge display and editing for 360 videos
G-Metrix: Rotate and scale gauges for 2D videos
G-Metrix: Gauge data types and visibility can now be changed
G-Metrix: New templates with data presets
Import: Attached camera status now displayed on main gallery page
Most Helpful Reviews
Not able to have gauges in Create Movie - This version is total garbage. When creating a movie gauges fail to display any info! Some think if you trim a little bit it will be a work around but it only works for a few mins of the video and then the gauges go blank. Why did they totally mess this latest version up?! Stay with any version you have that is not 2.60
More Reviews for Current Version
Crashes over and over again - Loaded up video from Virb Basic. So far, so good. Went to load the GPX from my fenix 3, crash. Tried to reload the app and as soon as I open what I was working on, crash. Rebooted iMac. Still crashes when I try to load my video. Deleted video and tried to create a new one. Crashed just importing the video. I give up. Not doing anything fancy here. The older version was far more reliable.
Do Not Use - Running a Mac Mini. Previous app took forever to open. This one now not opening at all.
Same problem as others - Crashes and sits forever - Same issue here - any attempt to edit clips crashes the app. Selecting the video being worked on when reentering app causes perpetual timeout.
Crash problem w G-Metrix - I’m having the same problems as other reviewers on the most recent update. Anytime G-Metrix is added, the application crashes. Re-opening the app, and editing the video, it spins for minutes, then crashes. I’ve tried deleting the video clip with G-Metrix and starting over again. No luck. Continued crashing. Didn’t have this problem prior to the current version. I’d give it at least four stars if it weren’t for this. But until Garmin fixes the latest bug, one star. I wish I could do zero stars — because really, it’s a non-functioning application as far as I’m concerned. This is a persistent issue with Garmin in general, I feel: Lack of quality testing before roll-out. If it’s any indication of Garmin’s future, I’m tempted to start looking elsewhere. Which is scary, given that Garmin is (almost literally) in my backyard (Olathe, KS). Garmin — get your stuff together. It’s embarassing.
Pretty Typical Garmin Software - I’ve used Garmin products forever and generally really like their GPS devices, but their computer software is consistantly poorly thought out and inadequately tested. Garmin VIRB Edit is no different. Frequent crashes, pinwheel hell, etc… It appears that once an imported clip becomes corrupt the video it is in can’t be edited and trying to put that clip in any other video crashes the app. Unfortunately deleting and reinstalling the app doesn’t help and there’s no indication as to why the clip has been corrupted. I’m now on the search for some other software that will use G-Metrix.