03-27-2018 10:22 AM
How many sound engineers does it take to change a lightbulb ???
Seems what has been said here is for the most part being ignored!!
I have owned so many Sony cameras but for stills am only up to my third or fourth Fuji compact.
Neither of these have come with anything like the most basic of software, and that only for the most basic of cataloguing.
Like other full time and semi professionals here have already stated, the hardware manfacturers make hardware, they MIGHT even write the firmware!! but they don't write the software as that is laregly for anyone serious a matter of personal preference.
Based on the discourse regarding the DaVinci software, I've downloaded the free version just to see what it is like and whoooo hooo it claims to need Windoze 10 to run but somehow it's running well on my Win 7 Pro. No time limit either but if I like it its likely to encourage me to pay for the full version; because in this world you get what you pay for. Heck, do you guys go out to work all day for free?? If so, who is paying your rent as it's not my responsibility.
And if you haven't got the relevance of the light bulb question?
Only electricians change light bulbs, not butchers, candlestick makers,
05-10-2018 02:54 AM
is unwise to be so vague. Who are you actually accusing of untruths?
Being creative sorts, one can expect the occasional outburst of emotion but then nobody gets a free lunch unless you get in line at the sandwich shop just before all the staff go home
06-09-2018 02:45 PM
Sr Mejor, Ryan : Señor administrador ya que uds y la banda de Microsoft , mercantilistas y Usureros quiere que los usuarios actualicen a la fuerza Windos 10, aquí haga clic aquí para descargar la versión antigua de Quick Go Pro para Windows 7, que no tiene que prestar atención al servicio lo hare yo:
06-09-2018 03:53 PM - edited 06-09-2018 03:54 PM
Any of these links will work much better for your editing needs.
06-15-2018 02:21 PM
Jeff (GoPro Community Manager) has provided a link which does not do what he says it does. If Studio >is< provided with the Quik download, it's not evident to me, and the online documentation at the link Jeff provided doesn't support his claim that Studio is provided or that Windows 7 software is available for desktop users.
This is an important issue. GoPro would do well to provide user-friendly support for Win7 and make it easy for a user to determine exactly whether or not Win7 software can still be obtained from GoPro. If it's not available from GoPro, then Gopro should provide a reliable and obvious link to a safe download source for Win7-compatible software. Win7 CUSTOMERS who buy GoPro products deserve to be treated inclusively by GoPro. (Unless GoPro is subtly trying to tell us that GoPro doesn't want us to buy GoPro products.)