03-21-2018 03:41 PM
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03-22-2018 07:49 AM
That's good to hear, but also a generic answer. I know you can't give details on what's happening behind the scenes, but the quik desktop app has been negeleticed. I've had a gopro representative tell that the companies focus is on mobile apps, which is a mistake in my opinion. I mean I get it, but I don't agree with it. Nick has even stated that software is what will drive the future of gopro.
03-22-2018 07:57 PM
You're not going to get the same flexibility with the desktop app as you do with the mobile app unless they rewrite the entire program (which may or may not be in the works). Sure, they could add a few two minute or three minute songs... But then people will be asking for five. Will they do this? Perhaps. But remember, you will be stuck with whatever song(s) they choose to code for. Again, the program does not adapt to the song, it's preprogrammed in the corresponding DAT file.
04-09-2018 06:55 AM
So I just purchased a GoPro Hero 5 Black to create videos of my commute and found out just now that the official software for GoPro can only make 60s videos. Seriously why??? Why limit to 60s?
I don't care about the fancy music, I'm fine not having any, or I would rather use my own. One thing I was really excited about was using the gauges for the GPS route and speed, however what's the point of having all that info on a 60s video? I'm seriously considering returning this back to Costco.
04-09-2018 07:56 AM
Once you have your clips created, use a program to stitch them together like VSDC Video Editor or DaVinci Resolve. Both are free.
You can also use Race Render which makes very good videos using the GPS and gyroscope data.