12-20-2018 08:51 AM
Thanks for replying!
I tried to install and reinstall the latest version from the goPro website.
Can you see the screenshot that I attached in my previous message? I actually finished 30-sec video, in other words, I created a clip that I want to save, but it just does not have a save button, as I saw by other people.
My OS is Windows 10 Pro - version 1803
Thanks for helping.
12-20-2018 10:16 AM
Got it @aijanl2
What happens if you change the HiLight? Or add/remove a picture or a video on the edit?
if you are using a setup with multiple graphics cards, try running it with the integrated graphics card.
- Right click the Quik desktop icon.
- Hover over Run with graphics processor (Note: this option will only be visible if you are using a Windows computer with multiple graphics cards)
- Select Integrated graphics
Let us know how it goes.
01-09-2019 03:55 PM
Go pro not helpfull but augustw sightseer has it right this time I took another external hard disk, and the folder was changed.
After I corrected the import location, the saving job completed in a minute.
Hope somebody can get a hint like my situation.
02-15-2019 08:24 AM
Using my Iphone6, Quik was saving my photo/videos on high resolution (1080/60) then suddenly refused to pass 2% during saving. I tried to reduce the file size, cut out personal music and shorten the duration but no changes.
Using the Quik Settings functions, I cancelled the 1080P HD and 60FPS buttons and Quik is now saving.
Hope this helps someone.
02-21-2019 01:40 PM
Thank you for sharing, @nickm42612. See if the steps-to-fix here https://gopro.com/help/articles/question_answer/Quik-for-mobile-Crashes will help with saving your edits in 1080p HD and 60 fps. Let us know how it works out. Thanks!