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01-01-2020 12:22 AM - edited 01-01-2020 12:22 AM
Since the footage is saved on the GoPro App, uninstalling and re-installing the app will delete all the footage. Please make sure you save your footage through a different device first or save them on a different location. See https://community.gopro.com/t5/en/How-to-View-Copy-and-Delete-Media-Using-the-GoPro-App/ta-p/388290 for a guide.
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01-01-2020 08:45 AM
In this case I would open up your app, use the settings icon to send feedback directly to the creators and post this link (great video showing the issue by the way!). What happens if you try stitching this footage on a desktop PC using Fusion Studio 1.4 Does the image still rotate during the export? The reason being this would should show if it's an app error.
When you do a timelapse on the Fusion the internal gyro's should be locked and the FOV should be in one direction only. However if you record a video and speed it up, sometimes the Fusion will have a slow constant pan in one direction.
Using the App and my own Fusions I've sometimes noticed that it can act a bit funny with the reframe options. For instance if I try to do a slow pan to the left the camera can suddenly do a 180 degree turn to the right, so I'm thinking it may just be an app bug.
Can you also let us know what device you're running the app on? Was the camera already steady when the time lapse began or was it in motion?
01-01-2020 01:27 PM