01-14-2020 08:22 AM
Your smart phone could be using a lower bit rate and different codec than your GoPro camera.
When viewing on your PC, it doesn't matter if you're using a gaming PC, what matters is that you have the right codecs installed for playback and that your PC is set up to play back high quality media which is different than it's ability to play games.
Can you upload a sample of the video to youtube and post the link here to show us what the issue is? Also can you list your PC specs.
Also, how are you playing back the file? Is it from your camera connected to the pc via a USB cable? An SD card reader? Did you copy the file to your local hard drive or an external hard drive? These will all impact how the file plays back.
01-14-2020 02:48 PM
I'm using VLC player, and i've installed hevc from windows store too.
I'll upload a video soon.
I always copy videos from gopro to my pc before playing it.
The problem is that every video is filkering... If i make the same video with my mobile (s9 samsung at 60 fps) it's perfect.
WINDOWS 10 PRO
16 GB RAM DDR4
MB GB AORUS PRO
SSD 500 SAMSUNG EVO 860
CPU INTEL 9600K
01-15-2020 03:07 AM
also give it a try with a different video player then VLC and see what happens but I would diffently upload a video to youtube so we can see what is happening. thanks for posting specs on the computer and yes your computer should be more then enough to run the video player at that res.
01-15-2020 10:55 AM
here's the youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOEqguuLwkA
Tell me what do you think and how can i adjust settings on my gopro please.