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Stereo Audio?!?!

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Dear GoPro!

 

As you describe on your website GoPro Max should have "Stereosound". When i import the files to my computer or upload to fb there´s only Mono Audio! 

 

So how is the workflow to get true Stereo Audio??

 

What do you mean with 360° Audio? theres is even no 360° Audio on my Sorround System never mind Spatial Audio! 

 

Please do an enlightenment to us costumers in what this Audio features really should mean.

 

Regards, Mario Malidus

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Re: Stereo Audio?!?!

Step 1: Download and install FFmpeg. Use the installation details outlined here:
https://video.stackexchange.com/questions/20495/how-do-i-set-up-and-use-ffmpeg-in-windows

Step 2: Go to the folder where your 360 video lives.

Step 3: Hold shift and right click, then select Open PowerShell Window Here

Step 4: Enter this command into Windows PowerShell:
ffmpeg -i yourvideoname.360 -vn -acodec pcm_s16le outputfilename.wav
Note: Input your 360 video name.360, and your desired output filename. You will see the audio file appear in the same folder the video is stored in.

Step 5: Use the GoPro Max Exporter application to convert the .360 file into a cineform file that you can edit within Premiere Pro.

Step 6: Follow this guide ( http://www.willyurman.com/teaching/handouts/Ambisonic_in_Premiere.pdf ) to import and edit your 360 audio and video within Premiere Pro.
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Tourist
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Re: Stereo Audio?!?!

Thank you Daniel for your fast Answer!

 

I´ll will try and follow your steps!

 

Thanks, Mario

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Tourist
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Re: Stereo Audio?!?!


@danielr15  schrieb:
Step 1: Download and install FFmpeg. Use the installation details outlined here:
https://video.stackexchange.com/questions/20495/how-do-i-set-up-and-use-ffmpeg-in-windows

Step 2: Go to the folder where your 360 video lives.

Step 3: Hold shift and right click, then select Open PowerShell Window Here

Step 4: Enter this command into Windows PowerShell:
ffmpeg -i yourvideoname.360 -vn -acodec pcm_s16le outputfilename.wav
Note: Input your 360 video name.360, and your desired output filename. You will see the audio file appear in the same folder the video is stored in.

Step 5: Use the GoPro Max Exporter application to convert the .360 file into a cineform file that you can edit within Premiere Pro.

Step 6: Follow this guide ( http://www.willyurman.com/teaching/handouts/Ambisonic_in_Premiere.pdf ) to import and edit your 360 audio and video within Premiere Pro.

 

 

Sorry but I´m Mac user... Do you have also instructions for mac?

 

Just tryed to open up a exported video in logic and hoped that it would extract more than one audio tracks - but it was a mono track. 

So is the Information in the raw filed and i ned a programm to extract the audio from the raw files? 

 

Don´t know how to do this...

 

Regards, Mario

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Tourist
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Re: Stereo Audio / Spatial Audio ?!?!

This is exactly what I´m searchin for: 

https://gopro.com/de/at/news/magic-of-spatial-audio-fusion-vr 

 

I´ve also seen the options in the export field, but they´re not available..

 

So can anybody tell me a workflow how to extract the audiotracks from the Raw files??

 

Regards, Mario

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