10-31-2019 02:23 PM - edited 10-31-2019 02:25 PM
I am able to replicate this pretty much everytime. Shoot in 4k 100mbps with quickcapture. You will see the gopro loses all video info after 5:20.
This only seems to happen when quickcapture is being used.
10-31-2019 02:55 PM
UPDATE: Bug is still occuring regardless if quicktime is being used or not.
Can any1 else comment and run tests on their unit?
Start a 4k recording on a freshly formatted sd card at 100mbps. Stop the recording around the 8:00 mark.
10-31-2019 04:53 PM
11-01-2019 07:29 AM
5:20 is the chunk in 4K 100MBps gopro saves.
I've just recorded 9:20 min without issue, 5:20+4:00
4K 25fps SuperView Hypersmooth on, bitrate high.
SANDISK EXTREME microSDXC 256 GB A2 C10 V30 UHS-I U3 Mobile sdsqxa1-256g-gn6ma
the one from the list https://gopro.com/help/articles/block/microSD-Card-Considerations
11-01-2019 08:24 AM - edited 11-01-2019 08:27 AM
and let's summarize:
sdcard: SANDISK EXTREME microSDXC 256 GB A2 C10 V30 UHS-I U3 Mobile sdsqxa1-256g-gn6ma
4K 25fps SuperView Hypersmooth on, bitrate high - 9:20
4K 4:3 25fps hypersmooth on, wide, high bitrate - 19:12
4K 50 fps, Wide, Hypersmooth on, bitrate high - 8:47
works for me
maybe the card makes the difference....
11-01-2019 08:41 AM
I too had this problem. I can confirm that shooting 8 minutes at 4K 4:30 100 bits works fine if not using QuikCapture - the files are recorded and divided into two files properly. For my uses I'll just avoid QuikCapture until GoPro addresses this in firmware. Which I hope they will do, as this bug renders QuikCapture dangerous, i.e., unusuable for 4K.
11-01-2019 03:34 PM - edited 11-01-2019 03:38 PM
Thanks for the tests rob. May I ask you to try 1 more test (in 4k 30p wide) and stop the recording around the 7:40 mark. Additionally do this on a freshly formatted sd card
I am using this card which should have 0 issues.
I contacted gopro support and they opened up a case in regards.
Ill let every1 know what the outcome is.