12-01-2018 10:15 AM
Really shocking in todays market that this software does not allow you to edit longer than 60 seconds. They should be ashamed. To get to 3 or 5 minutes is a simple equation. So disappointed. Now they have forced me to pick another software and I will never come back.
12-04-2018 01:38 PM
This seriously is a shot in the knee GoPro. I just updated my software to find out that 60 seconds with a dumb ass music track is all I'm able to do with my vidos. I found a solution - moving to Xiaomi as my new camera.
12-23-2018 09:26 AM
For there editing software?
"There software is Garbage"
1) You are aware that GoPro is a camera company, right?
2) Most camera companies either offer no software or very limited software.
3) Have you tried their mobile apps? They are very good.
"No solution other than using 3rd party apps."
Why is this a problem? What's wrong with using an editor developed by a software company? You think GoPro should spend the time, resources, and money to develope a desktop software that competes with:
VSDC on Windows- http://www.videosoftdev.com/free-video-editor/download.
DaVinci Resolve https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve
That would be silly and wasteful. If any of the above work for you, use that.
12-24-2018 05:10 PM
I cannot believe that Gopro in their infinite wisdom have gone from an app that used to be great to use but was highly unstable (gopro studio), to having no decent editing app at all for earlier model cameras such as the hero 4, forcing us to use the Gopro Quik App and then completely insulting it entire user base by **bleep**ing this up such that maximum video lengths are 60 seconds.
In all honestly, what **bleep**ing retard is running the show at Gopro? You are the most braindead idiot on the planet...no one makes 60 second videos.
12-25-2018 03:57 AM
See my post above for alternative video editing software. Why anyone would use anything other than the free professional video editing software DaVinci Resolve for earlier model cameras such as the hero 4 is moronic.
In all honestly, what **bleep**ing r#%@&d would want to use the severely limited and unstable Studio supported by a camera company instead of a video editing software made and supported by a software company? You would need to be the most braindead idiot on the planet to not download and use DaVinci Resolve (or any of the many different free editors made by software companies).
Only Absolute morons would think that a camera company should be producing professional video editing software. However, if you like Quik style videos, the mobile app is very good.