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Tourist
Posts: 6

360 video plays back in fast motion after ocean footage

The footage is in fast motion around the time I dipped the gopro max underwater during an ocean shoot.

 

Any thoughts?  Wondering if frames are preserved and I can slow down footage in post, or if I"m screwed.  (I can't figure out how to actually take the footage from gopro max into premiere pro)  I can't figure out how to get the 360 footage off the memory card AT ALL actually.

 

Plan on getting new gopro, footage is what I'm trying to save.

 

 

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GoPro
Posts: 17,311

Re: 360 video plays back in fast motion after ocean footage

Hi @rs22

 

Would you be able to share a sample file?

Is there a chance this was recorded in TimeLapse mode?

 

Regarding copying files to your computer, please refer to the links below:

How to Render Videos in the GoPro Player

How to Render Videos Using GoPro MAX Exporter

 

Let us know how it goes.

 

Thanks!

Ej

 

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Nomad
Posts: 3,746

Re: 360 video plays back in fast motion after ocean footage

Sounds like you shot in timewarp mode indeed.  Did you lock the touch screen before entering the water?  If not, this may have resulted in a mode change.

 

Also click the "apps" section at the top of this webpage, scroll down and you'll find the GoPro Player for Mac for reframing and exporting your footage on a Max or the GoPro exporter for windows which will allow you to export the .360 file from your camera for playback on a Windows PC (you'll need 3rd party software to reframe though).