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Tourist
Posts: 18

Re: How to work with 1080p 240fps

The video's show up as audio only, exact same problem.
Tourist
Posts: 18

Re: How to work with 1080p 240fps

Tourist
Posts: 18

Re: How to work with 1080p 240fps

Tourist
Posts: 18

Re: How to work with 1080p 240fps

Well I see the free version of DR 14 does not support hevc.
Hiker
Posts: 185

Re: How to work with 1080p 240fps

That the clue unfortunaltly. Same with Premiere, got to have the full creative licence for it to work. 

I haven't got a 6 yet. but I think peole are having sucsess with useing http://www.myffmpeg.com/index.html to transcode to a useable format. 

However I don't think Resolve does 240fps regardless. 

Maybe cheak out the Resolve forum here: https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/viewforum.php?f=21

 

Sightseer
Posts: 1

Re: How to work with 1080p 240fps

Yeah, I am having the same issue, I have critical footage in 240fps specifically so that I could take advantage of the slow mo, and I can't use it.

I really don't want to upload to youtube, lose the fps, and the download, that defeats the purpose.


I am using hitfilm express.

 

Super disappointed at this point.

Hiker
Posts: 185

Re: How to work with 1080p 240fps

ye, a bit disapointing that there are cams with highframerates, but no editors that can handle it. 

I would convert to 120 and see how it goes with slowing down, it shouldbe really good anyway.

Better to do something with the footage while the software houses play catch up. 

Here is a link to other hitfil users experiences
https://fxhome.com/forum/discussion/43262/crashing-when-importing-a-240fps-file

 

Tourist
Posts: 4

Re: How to work with 1080p 240fps

Hi Daniel, this is really good advice. After reading your input here about using the Hero6 in 4K mode. I believe my laptop is definitely not capable of this 4K setting for editing, it wont play them when I copy and I haven’t tried the handbrake conversion etc.
My last Gopro was the 3 and I'm getting very lost in all of the new options with the Hero6. In saying this, what settings would you recommend for me to get the best out of my new camera but still be able to edit effectively? I mainly use my Gopro for fishing with a head mount. Is the stabilization an important factor to consider with my type of activities? I notice it isn't available in some of the video modes.
Any advice would be really appreciated, I'm trolling through lots of discussion and you seem to be on the money and may be able to help me. Thanks in advance, I take off on my next trip on Saturday, first run with the new cam!