04-03-2018 06:00 AM
I shot a few rushes to highlight the fact that under the 24 and 30 fps modes, the very first frame of the video "jumps", just as if there was a reframed picture from the second frame, from which the video goes "naturally". This jump does not occur under 60 fps. All these are stabilized shootings. This occurs whatever the player is : QT or VLC. It jumps on the Gopro screen as well.
This renders a very unpleasant watch of the video and, to my opinion, for a such price camera, this should not occur at all.
I just hope the assistance won't link me to the useless troubleshooting gopro assitance webpages, that leads to "make sure youe player is... make sure your RAM is enough.... make sure your SD card is.... make sure your firmware is up to date"... it is : v2.01
do you think this is a normal process ?
GoPro 6 with a 64 Go microSD Extreme Pro V30 card, accordingly to the recommandation of Gopro site table, under a Macbook Pro 2015 i7, Radeon... 16 Go RAM...
I thank you in advance for your consideration.
04-05-2018 03:07 AM
I think I am having the same issue. your footage seems to jum at the very beginning.
Same for me. Maybe most of the footage is cut away anyway that's wy people don't complain, but in my case I need the recording from the very beginning.
This is my sample footage >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lj0RlwhHzvw
recorded in 30fps. Will try tomorrow with 60 and let you know.
As I mentioned in my other post
the GoPro support team does not belive there is a problem.
I don't know whether they don't see it or maybe don't want to admit.
04-05-2018 09:45 AM
This is just a guess (educated one) but I assume it’s the stabilisation being enabled when recording starts, turn off stabilisation and test again.
Let us know your results.
04-07-2018 07:53 AM
04-07-2018 05:45 PM
Can't replicate this issue with 60fps 1080.
Looks like it happens with 30fps and below and with stabilization ON.
Still no respond from GoPro to my support case. they ask for more footage as if one would not be enough.