08-15-2019 07:56 AM
I have a problem with the stabilization of my GoPro Fusion videos. I make onride videos in Themeparks from rollercoasters. Sometimes it happens that the camera doesn’t stabilizate (not only in rollercoasters also with other videos)
For example: I ride the same rollercoaster for 3 times and one of the videos isn’t correctly I turn on/off the cam all the time the same way do I don‘t know what can go wrong.
I have updated to firmware 2.0 and still have the problem. It makes no different if the cam is mounted on chest, head or hand.
THX for help.
08-15-2019 09:06 AM
What SD cards are you using?
Are you able to share a sample file so we can assess the issue better?
Are you also using the beta version of Fusion Studio?
You may also check this thread https://community.gopro.com/t5/Cameras/GoPro-Fusion-stabilization-problem/m-p/193176#/M56267
08-15-2019 02:30 PM
Hello, thx for your answer.
I am using SanDisk Extreme SD cards (that one).
Yes I am also using the Beta Version of Fusion Studio - but it has nothing to do with the Fusion Studio because the problem is before I render the video. Also it is not stabilizated if I take a look at the GoPro App or on the preview in the Fusion Studio.
An example for the problem is this video: https://youtu.be/kd9cWCzuGrE (the problem was on the whole video - also on the way to the slide). The video before/after (on wich we had no problems) is this: https://youtu.be/rV7ZIVeSS-s, https://youtu.be/eRUwZqF8dsw
We didin't do something differently (neither movements or the settings of the cam).
thx for the link but the problem exists at every lenght of the video.
08-16-2019 11:28 AM
Thanks for getting back to us @claudia2602
What application did you use to edit the video/include music?
Would you be able to send us a raw file?
Or probably just a rendered file will do.
You may have it shared via Dropbox or Google Drive.
08-16-2019 03:13 PM
Thanks for your fast answer!
We use Adobe Premiere CC for video editing. As told, the problem is before we open the video with Adobe. The video looks the same in the GoPro App, GoPro Studio and Adobe.
Yes of course I can send you a raw file. Is it enough to send you the 3 raw files (*.LRV, *.MP4, *.WAV) from the SD1 in the DCIM folder and the 2 raw files (*.LRV, *.MP4) from the SD2 in the DCIM folder or do you need some other files too?
Unfortunatly we don't have the files with us, because we are now on a road trip and making videos with our GoPro Fusion. This is the reason why we write in the community, because we thought that this is a problem which have more GoPro Fusion users and wanna prevent it. So it will take about 2 weeks to send you the files.
Thanks for your great support.