10-28-2019 12:31 PM
Hi agilebeach15350, are you telling me that there are NO gopro app for windows? Do I have to manage Max only with smartphon? But it is absurd to manage long videos made in mtb !! I can not believe ! Do you say I should ask gopro Italia? I'm sorry but I hope you're wrong, otherwise I have to focus on hero 8. Thanks.
10-28-2019 12:36 PM
Well not quite. There is no Windows version of the GP app, where you can add key frames etc. It has to be done on mobile devices. You can use the Windows exporter to make the file usable in other video editing programs though. So you can edit them, just not do what you can on the mobile devices, yet.
Have a look on GP's website and see what software is aavailable. It was a surprise to me as well, although i do most of my editing on my iPad Pro anyway.
10-28-2019 12:48 PM
OK, I'm interested in having the image stabilized, finding the frame and exporting everything to CyberLink PowerDirector 17 and finishing the job. The app that you say should be "gopro max exporter exports your footage to 360 °" Before doing this shopping I have to be certain. I will also ask for gopro italia assistance. I thank you for your patience.
10-30-2019 11:00 AM
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10-30-2019 12:37 PM
Hi, I talked to the support team and "understood" that they had stabilized for the equirectangular mode of Hero 360. The app is Quik for Windows but with my gopro hero5 it DOES NOT see GPS data. I believe these apps are made in economy. They could create a paid app but that works great. Garbin Virb Edit was fine, but not the action cam virb360. At this point I just have to risk and take Max.
10-30-2019 01:51 PM
I found in 5 seconds that there's pluggins available for Premier Pro that allows you to reframe your 3d footage. Links are available on the bottom of the page you were given.
There's also another pluggin out there on the web that allows you to reframe your footage in DaVinci resolve... for free....
I also found there's an Max footage exporter that allows you to export the footage for use in other video editing programs. Link is there on the bottom of the page you were given.
I found that if you want GPS gauges on your footage you can also use RaceRender or Dashware....