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GoPro Studio convertion results in orange tinted footage?

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Hi, got a problem with my new Hero6 footage. I've been trying to convert the footage, using GoPro Studio, to .mov or .avi files.

 

  • My first problem is that I can't choose wich type I'd like to save it as. It automatically saves it as a .mov file. I can't choose anything else under advanced settings, just low - medium - or high quality. Is this option not availible anymore? Got the 2.5.12 Studio version.

 

  • My second problem, and probably my biggest, is that the converted .mov footage ends up with a orange tint on it. I shoot in 2.5k flat. As you can see in pic 1 the footage color is as expected. As soon as it is converted and I go to step 2 or as I would normally do - import it and edit in Premiere Pro, the footage is no longer flat but with a orange tint. How come?

I have the option in step 2 in GoPro Studio to change the preset to 'none' and the tint goes away. But why does my converted and saved .mov file have that as a default? It's useless in Premiere Pro.


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Sightseer
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Re: GoPro Studio convertion results in orange tinted footage?

I had this problem too. After some clicking around I found if you click the eye ball next to the "IMAGE CONTROLS" on the panel on the right, it removes any automatic image correction. Hope this helps.

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Sightseer
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Re: GoPro Studio convertion results in orange tinted footage?

I had this problem too. After some clicking around I found if you click the eye ball next to the "IMAGE CONTROLS" on the panel on the right, it removes any automatic image correction. Hope this helps.