10-04-2017 08:39 AM
So I have a video on my Hero6 saved at 1080p 240fps. I'm wondering how to best get it into Adobe Elements so that I can edit it / take advantage of slow motion. 1080p 120fps worked fine, but the 240fps mp4 file does not import correctly (Adobe thinks there is no video, only audio).
Because GoPro Studio is discontinued, I was thinking there might be a way to do it in Quik, but Quik doesn't seem to be designed for this purpose.
Any suggestions on this? Maybe I should just stick to 120fps
10-04-2017 01:00 PM
10-05-2017 04:59 AM
this video help me out i got it in adobe premier .. it works..
10-05-2017 05:00 AM
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10-05-2017 09:10 AM
Ok first off you are the best for finding this gem.
I have been filming content since last Friday in 4K60fps and I have so much raw footage to edit and have been unable to do so.
It seems neither GoPro Quik or Adobe Premiere Elements 15 lets me import the HEVC h.265 (.MP4) files created by filming in the highest setting.
It seems that both companies were not ready for the Hero 6 Black.
10-06-2017 08:47 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEoFg75rWt0 108op 240 fps. upload to youtube then take it off and it edits..
detroit post production figured out a few way. check out there channel and subscribe
11-01-2017 01:11 PM
I hope they come up with a solution fast cause this is not what i'm intend to do for the rest of this camera's lifespan... first upload, then download it again, piece by piece...i mean there must be an easier way right?
anyhow, i tried many of the options, if not, all of them in premiere pro... none of them seem to read out the 1080P240fps as a video file but as a sound file. what could be maybe the issue is that if you go to properties of a certain video (1080p240) tab: details, frameheight and width doesn't show... so it could be a minor fix that gopro has to apply in their next update so it becomes a readable format...
hopefully this is fixed soon