06-08-2019 07:54 AM
@kitd513, your feedback is very much appreciated. We'll have shared to the team for future considerations. Feel free to post back if anything else comes up or you may also answer other user's questions / threads. Stay stoked, and have fun capturing moments using your GoPro!
06-18-2019 10:47 PM - last edited on 06-19-2019 08:23 PM by mariustanya
As I generally shoot in Flat and Native white balance, this means my footage will be harder to match in post if Timewarp doesn't allow any advanced settings
07-04-2019 07:21 AM
I can't believe this still hasn't been added! Timewarp is one thing the GoPro adds to our arsenal as videographers that no other piece of kit can do without spending hours and hours in post. Yet GoPro has rendered it useless for professional work by omitting protune controls! In addition to protune for timewarp, it would be highly beneficial to have the option to save each frame as a high quality jpeg, or at least increase the bitrate. The difference between adjacent frames is far greater than in a normal video, so the savings of long-GOP compression is not effective and simply creates a video riddled with compression artifacts.
At the very least, we need control over white balance, flat colour, iso and shutter speed.
07-05-2019 02:40 PM
Hi,Great I sent an email requesting more user probramable features months ago i find all settings even protune limiting unless I can specify what i want not just presets which do not provide user specified shutter delay interval e.t.c find the presets are limiting now the DJI Action has a great range of settings in this respect a lot happens in 10 secs when shooting a time lapse which is the shortest intervaql we can get at the moment how hard is it to allow user settings in these modes ,whilst I can haul all my gear out to do this on my Panasonic G85 thats not always convienient maybe we'll get a responce one day
07-07-2019 04:28 PM
Oh I'm sorry your magesty,software,hardware features that limit the versatility of the camera like hardware software bugs are all the same thing in my book iI seems Neither are addressed by gopro anyway the product went to market with most features working to some degree wello enough to make it sellable then a couple minor updates then users were deserted with a camera that self drains it's battery in a short period of time at random intervals