a month ago
Hello to you all...
I have done video with the gopro 7 black as per the following setings : 1920*1440 50FPS Pal. The footage are from 30 seconds to several minutes.
there is no problem to visualize them normally but the problem start on the GoPro studi app.
The app is opened to run with the integrated graphic. The conversion was done to Medium quality, 1920*1440 50 FPS or 24 FPS, and both are giving the same issue. On the playback pasge of the edit, the converted video play in slow motiion WITH sound. The playback speed is at 100 percent.
Please can someone guide me on this issue, in advance thank you very much.
4 weeks ago
Good day Aragon and thank you for your answer.
The video seems to be playing good when the speed is set to twice the normal speed BUT then as you know I loose the sound.
The raw video plays well on VLC Window media player but on Quick time it's kind of not smooth, every 2 second it's like rewinding a bit and playing back.
I could not try on an other device to play the converted video as those one are embedded in my project of the GoPro Studio software. The raw video play well in the Edit Trim step 1 , but once converted can't play correctly on the Edit step 2.
I will try to play them on the phone as raw and will keep you up to date...I was not facing this problem with the GoPro 4 or 6...
4 weeks ago
@saberin, if you experience stuttering or jerky playback within GoPro Studio, it could be that your computer is having a hard time keeping up with the high quality video preview. If this occurs, please try the following:
- In the upper-right section of GoPro Studio in Step 2: Edit, you will see the Playback setting. Try lowering it to Half or Quarter resolution. This just impacts the preview and has no impact on the final output.
- Make sure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements.
- Check with your graphics card manufacturers website or your computer manufacturers website if you are using a laptop to ensure that you have the latest graphics driver installed.
Hopefully this helps.
3 weeks ago
Hello Ann sorry for the late answer and thank you for your support. I had try to change the setting already but in vain. As well I have tried to play the video directly from the GoPro to my iPhone and the iPad and it is working well.
This is frustrating, really as I can't edit anything at all. The minimum requirements are met as the RAW video copied from the camera to the PC play very well. Again I say again , after the convertiront it plays wrong. This was not happening before.
It is really stupid, some video of night skydive, and swimming with my 2 years old son...really frustrating as if I cannot edit it and share it what is the the use of it.
thank you again ...
3 weeks ago
@aenriquez , @aragon1006 i have tried your feedback as stipulated above but in vain. It is really specific that it can play with VLC and in the page 1 of the GoPro studio but once converted it is playing slowly sound included...What happen in the convertion. If it was a problem of the computer it would not play raw data isn't it? And changing the setings in the playback does not change anything at all. This was not happening witn the go pro 5 that i had perviously, shooting with the highest definition and wild angle as possible...so i stay frustrated..thank you any way to you both
3 weeks ago
@saberin, it could be possible that the application isn't able to keep up with the video speed or there could be something causing this during the conversion process. I would suggest to try reinstalling the application to see if that will help resolve the problem, however since the GoPro Studio's life has already ended, we are unable to give out any installer. You can find more information about this at https://gopro.com/help/articles/question_answer/GoPro-Studio-End-of-Life-FAQ. Well, if you still have a copy of the application installer in your computer, you may try reinstalling the software.
Also, have you tried exporting the project regardless if the in-application playback is choppy? I suppose that if the issue is happening just during playback within the app itself, the output video shouldn't be affected.
Alternatively, 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.