02-25-2019 05:02 AM - edited 02-25-2019 05:03 AM
Have a super-fast desktop with an i7 CPU, 32 GB of RAM, SSD drive, and NVidia GTX 980 video card. Definitely not a cheap setup.
Can not export clip in 4k/60fps resolution. I am, however, able to export at 1080p. Interestingly, the Quik version on my old mac laptop works great.
I can view the video files natively using the Windows 10 media player, and have the Windows 10 HEVC extensions installed.
What am I doing wrong? Error msg attached.
02-26-2019 10:51 AM
02-26-2019 12:23 PM
I'm not trying to play the videos in the Quik app (although they were playing yesterday, and for some strange reason, they're not playing today). I'm trying to EXPORT them, with the telemetry overlays. Interesting that my slow and old mac laptop can do this, while my much-more-powerful windows desktop can't.
Keep in mind that I can play the videos just fine with the Windows 10 built-in media player, but that only worked after I installed the HEVC extensions, which I downloaded from the Microsoft store (for $0.99).
02-28-2019 05:33 PM
I'm using the latest -- GoPro 7 Black. It is interesting how my 3 year old Macbook pro is able to extract the HEVC files in full resolution, and able to overlay the GPS & telemetry and export as 4k/60fps. However, my Windows box can't. Seems to me that the Windows version of the Quik is not coded as well as the Mac version.