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Speed up the timelapse for Fusion Software

In the regular Gopro Desktop software you could speed up the timelapse. Does the fusion software have that function at all?


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Re: Speed up the timelapse for Fusion Software

@colinw3, you can check this list of editing applications that work well with GoPro files as shared by a Hub member. You may have to check first the applications' compatibility to 360 files before downloading them.

 

There are also some software suggestions in this article that will help: https://gopro.com/help/articles/how_to/Programs-to-View-and-Edit-Videos

 

If you would like product or tutorial videos to better understand this, I recommend searching online video hosting websites (such as Youtube, Vimeo, etc) for published videos or other 3rd party generated content.

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Re: Speed up the timelapse for Fusion Software

Hi @colinw3,

 

This feature is currently not available on Fusion Studio. You can configure the speed of the video/timelapse video using a 3rd party editing software (e.g. Adobe Premiere). 

 

Kind Regards,

 

Ann

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Re: Speed up the timelapse for Fusion Software

Any free software?
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Re: Speed up the timelapse for Fusion Software

@colinw3, you can check this list of editing applications that work well with GoPro files as shared by a Hub member. You may have to check first the applications' compatibility to 360 files before downloading them.

 

There are also some software suggestions in this article that will help: https://gopro.com/help/articles/how_to/Programs-to-View-and-Edit-Videos

 

If you would like product or tutorial videos to better understand this, I recommend searching online video hosting websites (such as Youtube, Vimeo, etc) for published videos or other 3rd party generated content.