04-11-2019 01:00 PM
Since I am not happy with all the limitations of Qiik for Desktop I would like to use the "dear old" GoPro studio to edit the videos of my Hero 7 Black.
Is there a way to enable GPS gauges pverlays with GoPro Studio ?
I bought the 7 Hero Black for two reasons: 1) Stabilization 2) Gps overlays.
Stabilization is excellent, no doubts but, If the only way to have gps overlays is using Quick for desktop and make videos with clips lenght "out of control" that can last no more than a minute then i am really disappointed.
04-11-2019 10:11 PM
Is it possible to edit the video with GoPro Studio and then overly the GPS with Racerender or Dashware in selected parts of the video or the GPS info get lost when you edit the video with GoPro Studio ?
04-17-2019 01:26 PM
This would actually be hard to do that way you're describing. You'd be better off just editing the whole clip in RaceRender rather than try to edit the clip in GoPro Studio and then get the GPS data for the exact part of the clip that you've edited and try to overlay it.
04-18-2019 03:32 AM
Studio will not apply GPS and also will not work with HEVC and some resolutions & frame rates.
For free video editing programs for your computer, see this post https://community.gopro.com/t5/GoPro-Apps-for-Desktop/how-do-i-slow-down-video-playback-speed/m-p/26...
07-11-2019 02:25 PM
I would like to add my question here.
I have the same issue and the same reasons for buying the hero 7. I like the GoPro App for adding the gauges and export them into a video. BUT since I use flying videos the android app only has 3 gauges of speed, g-force and speed graph but the altitude, altitude gaind and position on map like on the iOS app are missing.
Is there a way to activate them or can you add them in the next update of the android GoPro app? Any advises?
07-11-2019 02:43 PM
The feedback from GoPro for previous versions of the App and gauges seemed to be along the lines of "they aren't a priority for us". If you want to have gauges in your video I suggest you use something like "Dashware" which you can get for free or "RaceRender" which you will have to pay for (or for free if you don't mind a watermarked video).
3 weeks ago - last edited 3 weeks ago
I would recommend you to still use Quik for super fast Gauges activation and full size export ( any lenght ) - and then you are fully flexible with editing in any other program if more complex edits needed :)
You can check out fastest and easiest way to add and export GoPro GPS gauges - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8U19Rod0rm0