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Tourist
Posts: 7

Re: GoPro MAX Exporter

XD I see you don’t understand at all. Do You use premiere pro? Premiere doesn’t read Gopro 360 files until they are exported to professionals with windows gp exporter. I need raw files into premiere
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Hiker
Posts: 10

Re: GoPro MAX Exporter

You don´t need Max Exporter in Mac. If you have a mac just open the .360 file in GoPro Player and export it as .mp4.

That´s exactly what GoPro Max Exporter does in Windows.

Then go to Premiere and edit it the way you want.

 

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Nomad
Posts: 81

Re: GoPro MAX Exporter

actualy, it not just export it as mp4, it does some rendering, if u rename the .360 file to mp4 you see it not a equatangular format but the raw format that is used

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Tourist
Posts: 7

Re: GoPro MAX Exporter

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Player is the lamest thing ever created. 
How am I suppose to render full field of view in prores? When I render i See only the FOV i choose.

I just wannna put file in queue like in windows and export them into prores - it is not possible

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Tourist
Posts: 7

Re: GoPro MAX Exporter

And also It renders only in 1080 - this is some kind of a joke or what? 

Please, when exporter for mac will be availible?

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Hiker
Posts: 62

Re: GoPro MAX Exporter

sometimes i really wonder , what these "responders " have kind of knowledge , or real production experience.

The answer is so simple:

 

if you can only see the "export as" -option : 1080 or 720 , then you possibly have set a marker or inpoint on the player. In this case you are in "reframe-mode"...as you have experienced.

 

Simply klick on the "Back-arrow" in the upper-left corner of the player-screen , then you are back in the 360-mode.

 

If you are now going to "export as" then you should see 2 options "5,5k and 4K" .

Now everything is fine , and you can export to a perfect equirectangular format, usable in premierepro (whatever version) and of course in Resolve.

 

Thats it.... it would be so easy ...if one would play around with the subject a bit, before answering.