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Quik: how to preserve telemetry when importing videos?

When I import videos with Quik, it creates a folder per date (e.g. 2018-02-19) and puts all MP4 captured on that date inside. But it does not import telemetry files (LRV), so I can't apply gauges or use telemetry to edit videos with 3rd-party apps at a later time.

 

I've seen some answers suggesting that I first apply gauges and then export videos with gauges baked into MP4. To me, that is a very bad solution. I want to store all captured info (video + telemetry) in it's original form right after I capture it (mainly to back it up). Then edit it later when I have time and inspiration.

 

Am I right that my only option is to manually copy files from SDHC and manually organize them in folders?