02-13-2020 05:46 AM
Well, per a previous discussion on here, I didn't even know they were there on the Max because I couldn't see them. BUT, when I moved my contents to my PC so I free up space to continue shooting, and then later transfer it back to the card so I can try to edit via phone,,,,, since that is really my only option at this point, then I coudln't see the files any longer. Turns out they were there all along, the camera just hides them. BUT, without them, you can't see your files on the camera or in the app any longer. Otherwise, with a normal Hero camera, I delete them as well.
03-30-2020 06:39 PM
So in summary if you have an apple you can overlay GPS on a 360 video, if you have PC you cannot. It would be nice to let us know before we buy these things and train some sales staff to advise the issue. I saw some great 360 videos with GPS overlay and assumed they were gopro, went and bought one and now within 30 minutes I realise I cannot do the same thing with GPS tracks on the videos as the camera used in the videos is a VIRB not a gopro. Rookie error shold have done more research before blowing cash on a GoPro.
03-30-2020 11:25 PM
@fleetapex32867 you're right, in fact there are numerous aspects that suspect a hardware preference. It is also curious to see that these posts are all from several past months and nothing has changed in this regard. What sadness.
I personally believe that Insta360 OneR is more impartial among the various hardware and has the same functions for both Apple and Windows. For example, this one has GPS data overlay functions.
03-31-2020 05:30 AM
Yes I tend to agree. I have never seen mac/pc preference from GoPro before, but with this camera we have all been complaining. When released the mac version already was far more capable, and since that date the mac version has hd 6 updates, the pc version only 3 and the last one was in December. It cannot be that hard to develop software for a camera they released 5 months ago...
3 weeks ago
Bonjour à tous,
De mon côté, j'ai le même problème , je n'arrive pas à appliquer les Stickers ou overlays GPS depuis l'application iOS sur la base d'un fichier 360 recadré en vidéo normale alors que cela marche très bien si la vidéo est prise en mode héro directement. Cependant, j'ai une vidéo 360 ou cela a fonctionné. Je vous mets un screen shoot de la vidéo en mode 360 et le même rush avec Sticker en mode classique. La vidéo 360 fait 11 secondes et je peux la recradrer et générer une nouvelle vidéo classique qui accepte les overlays GPS sans problème. Je fais tout cela sous iOS et les films ont été pris avec le firmware v1.4 de la GoPro Max.