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Re: GoPro video longer than 60 seconds WITH GAUGE DATA OVERLAYS

 

Hi @markj48742

 

Another file should be created with the overlays.

On Quik for desktop, locate the file with the overlays under View.

Right click then select Show in Explorer.

You should see the file with the overlay on your local folder.

 

Thanks!
Ej

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Adventurer
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Re: GoPro video longer than 60 seconds WITH GAUGE DATA OVERLAYS

it is quite easy to do once you knoww hat you are doing.    there are video's out there that you may like to view for your Pc to learn or if gopro has one they can direct you to one.

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Hiker
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Re: GoPro video longer than 60 seconds WITH GAUGE DATA OVERLAYS

I do see the file, but there are no overlays on it. That is what I was saying in a previous post. 

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Hiker
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Re: GoPro video longer than 60 seconds WITH GAUGE DATA OVERLAYS

I've searched for days. If such a video exists, I'd love you to show me.
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Hiker
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Re: GoPro video longer than 60 seconds WITH GAUGE DATA OVERLAYS

I GOT IT! I had to click the scissors icon for "Create a clip". Now it's in my folder. Common sense once you know it, but I had no idea. 

 

You guys got me started, thanks!

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GoPro
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Re: GoPro video longer than 60 seconds WITH GAUGE DATA OVERLAYS

 

I was about to send my answer but glad to know that you already found it @markj48742,

 

Regards,

-Jay

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Adventurer
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Re: GoPro video longer than 60 seconds WITH GAUGE DATA OVERLAYS

I was able to find my video    here is how I do it

 

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Hiker
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Re: GoPro video longer than 60 seconds WITH GAUGE DATA OVERLAYS

Thanks for the video. I already knew how to do all that. What I didn't know how to do was to save the video with the overlay on it unless I put it in "Create" mode, but that only allowed a 60 second video. I figured it out and posted how I did it about 3 posts above.