07-05-2018 06:18 PM
Honeslty it's quite pathetic of GoPro that this problem is still not fixed. Unbeilievable!
At first I thought it was just me, but obviously this issue exists for a lot of other users as well, please fix!
Marius: Camera reflects correct time. When SD card viewed on computer, all dates and time are correct too. THE ISSUE ARISES WHEN THE VIDEOS ARE BEING IMPORTED ONTO IPHONE VIA THE GORPO APP THE THE TIME IS COMPLETELY OFF.
07-06-2018 12:15 AM
07-17-2018 11:40 PM
I know you guys must have some really smart techs at GoPro. The fact that no one there seems to understand the issue is crazy. You also have a lot of very intelligent users who are getting more and more frustrated with your product. As with most of them I am slowly using my GoPro less and less because syncing the files with other video files I'm shooting is a pain in the ass.
Eventually we will stop using the GoPro cameras and not buy new ones when they come out. Exactly why I haven't bought a new GoPro yet. I've been waiting to see if this gets resolved.
Hell, let me give it a shot, so I can be frustrated with everyone else.
If you look at the time and date of the files before they are imported...while they are still in the camera...they are correct.
As soon as you cut them from the camera and paste them onto a Mac, PC or from what I'm seeing, an iPhone....the date is good, but the time is off by the GMT zone you are in. In my case, they are off by 7 hours because I am in the -7 GMT.
When I import videos from my Samsung S7, it doesn't happen, so obviously it's not a problem with my PC or my Samsung S7. But my GoPro Hero4 Session files change the time upon import.
This is a GoPro issue.
Awaiting a suggestion or two....
07-20-2018 02:59 PM
Hero 6 Black has the same problem. Time is correct on the camera (as you would expect it to be with GPS), but when I pull it into GoPro Quik, it is shifted 5 hours forwad on the instrament gages.
Time zone is set correctly (and automatically on my Mac, using the current OS, Quik, and Firmware.
Pretty **bleep** anoying
08-06-2018 11:29 AM
I finally figured out what the issue was at least with me. It wasn't the GoPro, it was the Mac program, Photos. The file information in the Finder window showed the right time but no matter what changes I tried the files would always come in at GMT and not my time zone. When I opened the files in other programs (iMovie and Aperture) the file dates were fine.
So I won't use Photos to pull in the files. If you choose to do so then it's easy to edit the date/time under the 'Image' dropdown menu.
08-06-2018 11:45 AM
Mac or PC? When you look in the Finder (Mac) or Explorer (PC) window does it show the incorrect time? Did you pull it from a card reader or from the program itself? When I read from the card in either my PC or MAC the Finder/Explorer information is correct.
In using the Quik software I couldn't find where the timestamp is listed, only the date.