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problemas con gopro 8 black

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Estimados el motivo del mensaje es para consultar por un problema que tengo con mi gopro hero8 black, grabe un video con duración de 17 min aprox y al reproducirlo en la app de gopro solo reproduce 5 min 19 seg. pero al reproducirlo en la gopro se ven los 17 min. ¿cuál prodria ser el problema?


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Re: problemas con gopro 8 black

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@marcop23625, thanks for reaching out. What's happening is called Chaptering. When taking a video recording, the camera will automatically segment into a new file chapter once it has reached a certain size. This process is intentional in the camera so that in the event of a jolt or crash that causes a file to become corrupted, only a portion of your video will be affected and not the whole thing.

These files when put together with editing software will play seamlessly as if they were never chaptered, and when played back from the camera directly will also play through as one continuation.

 

You can check this list of editing applications that work well with GoPro files as shared by a Hub member. 

 

There are also some software suggestions in this article that will help. 

 

If you would like product or tutorial videos to better understand these other applications, I recommend searching online video hosting websites (such as Youtube, Vimeo, etc) for published videos or other 3rd party generated content.

 

Hopefully, this helps.

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Re: problemas con gopro 8 black

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@marcop23625, thanks for reaching out. What's happening is called Chaptering. When taking a video recording, the camera will automatically segment into a new file chapter once it has reached a certain size. This process is intentional in the camera so that in the event of a jolt or crash that causes a file to become corrupted, only a portion of your video will be affected and not the whole thing.

These files when put together with editing software will play seamlessly as if they were never chaptered, and when played back from the camera directly will also play through as one continuation.

 

You can check this list of editing applications that work well with GoPro files as shared by a Hub member. 

 

There are also some software suggestions in this article that will help. 

 

If you would like product or tutorial videos to better understand these other applications, I recommend searching online video hosting websites (such as Youtube, Vimeo, etc) for published videos or other 3rd party generated content.

 

Hopefully, this helps.