01-16-2017 04:57 PM
I don't like to start like this, but I will be sincere: I HATE both Quik and the Capture because I need to login to use them. I've used Capture in March 2016 and it was good, whilst using a friend's camera. Now I that I've got mine's, there is this login thing. And also Quik for Desktop uses it.
Anyway, THIS IS MY QUESTION:
So I know I can save stills from timelapses, but how can I export them from Quik to anywhere else? Going manually file to file it's just dumb. You "pro" guys must have planned something easy as selecting photos from iPhoto and draggin them OUTSIDE the application, right?
Also: I just want to share that I am VERY DISAPPOINTED with the overall GoPro experience. The pictures are great, but the apps lack usability and features.
02-08-2017 02:16 AM
@jefft That's a lot of steps for something (apparently) really simple, and it won't solve the problem since I would need to export every single frame made from every individual still. So is about the same thing, but with 2 extra pain steps — add to Studio and convert the clip.
Also, at first I thought that it was really counter intuitive the way Studio works. Because you need to convert the files you will be working in order to edit them. Since I was used to applications like Adobe Premiere, this process made no sense to me. Why I would I have temporary files if I can work directly with the source files? Now I understand that this is a way to save CPU resources, but yet there's space for optmization. Also: lots of .mov files that won't disappear automatticaly after I've finished the project.
I would really appreciate if my opinions can get to the development team. In the meanwhile, I using Finder to search and select stills. A really pain in the *** to browse hundreds of stills manually. But since GoPro won't do anything to make Quik better, this is the only thing I can do.
10-23-2017 12:03 AM
This has got to be the hardest most annoying method to edit and save images.
I took snaps out of my video. I would like to save them individually but i dont see any options. Is there no way to do so without downloading ANOTHER app?
P.S quick is horrible. Old GO pro Studio worked 1000 times better.
This is just ruining the whole go pro experience.
12-16-2017 02:22 PM
Agreed. Plus I just realized it requires Windows 10 64-bit OS minimum.
I wanted to run it on a Windows 7 (32-bit) system just to pull off the video(s) and export into a common format for use editing elsewhere.
Can't even find old GoPro Studio or the newer GoPro Desktop App available anywhere.