Thanks Greg! I'm going to be pulling the trigger on a GPro5 Black so I'm running some reconnaissance for editing programs if anyone wants to drop in their 2 cents worth. I have an old Olympus Stylus 1030SW that has served me well for 10 years with some great pics and under water video. Very durable camera but nowhere near the 5 with all the bells and whistles. Last vacation the wife suggested something better and newer so who am I to argue! I checked out that Flymount you mentioned earlier, and that's a must have. For some of your other mounts do you stick with GoPro equipment? It's seems a bit pricey but worth the quality if it's going keep you from loosing your GP. Their website has some type of 20% off accesory offer that might be worth it for a few key attachments. Tons of cheap accessory kits online but most reviews are pretty poor as far as quality.
Hi Zack. I use Adobe Premier Pro CC. But there are other great less expensive video editing softwares at different price points (google it and you'll see). I suggest you try a few apps before you commit to buy any. Does it have the editing features and effects you most want and is the workflow suits you? Often you can dl a full version to try for a few days before it expires. There are a few good freeware as well but I can't reco any as I never tried one of these.