07-26-2019 07:43 PM
Sadly, I only get an opportunity to use my GoPro once or twice a year. And just about every time I do, they've replaced or removed the software required for interfacing with my camera and I have to figure it all out again. I take a lot of time lapse photos with my camera. It used to be easy to deal with. I would import into the GoPro app which recognized they were a time lapse series (Quik still does this much) and then open then in GoPro Studio which would let me adjust and export to a video file. Now that GoPro Studio is discontinued (and I no longer have it installed), how do I compile these hundreds of photos into a video? Please tell me they didn't just take away the software without providing replacement functionality Apple-style...
07-26-2019 11:34 PM
For now, there are many free options you can choose from.
VSDC on Windows- http://www.videosoftdev.com/free-video-editor/download.
DaVinci Resolve https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve
Along with the user manuals and help pages features on each editors web page, you can easily find YouTube videos for assistance with any of these editors.
Additionally, on a Mac you can use iMovie and on Windows 10 there is a video editor hidden in the Pictures folder https://www.techradar.com/how-to/windows-movie-maker-is-back-how-to-use-windows-10s-hidden-video-edi...
07-27-2019 02:22 PM
Not sure I get why Quik bothers recognizing the photos as a TL and can play it as if it’s a video, even apparently share to YouTube or Facebook, but not export it to a file. That in conjunction with GoPro Studio was the only use I ever had for Quik (GoPro) in the first place.
07-28-2019 02:36 PM