03-06-2016 04:55 PM
I took some video on my iPhone 6 and am looking to edit them in the GoPro Studio. In step 2: I've got my clips on the left but I can't drag and drop them into the timeline. Why is this?
03-08-2016 02:29 PM
A couple of things come to mind. First off, GoPro Studio isn't made to handle photos and videos that come from non-GoPro cameras. That being said, I personally have edited a few iPhone images into a project.
The main thing to look out for is iPhoto or Photos. This application comes preloaded on Mac computers, and if you import your footage into it, it changes the metadata of the file. This change messes with GoPro Studio. If you are currently using iPhoto or Photos, I would switch to "Image Capture" which should already be on your Mac, or the newly releases GoPro Desktop App.
If you are instead working on a PC computer, this could be an issue with an outdated driver for the Graphics card. I would find out what Graphics card you have, and then go to the manufacturer website. For example Intel or AMD, and search for an update to the driver of your Graphics card. Once that is done, restart the computer and give it another shot.
If the driver was outdated, you should be able to move the iPhone footage into Step 2 once you run the update to the driver and restart the computer.
Keep us posted, hope this helps!
07-23-2016 05:46 AM
I am having the same problem as well. I imported the video and converted it, however, the clip is not showing up on the template when I set the in and out points. the files came from iphones, canon video camera, and go pro Hero 3. all were .mov and converted in GoPro Studio.
07-24-2016 06:21 AM
Disregard, I just figured it out. I realized I had to set my in and out points and then drag the video into the Template from the left had side ( where there is a small thumbnail of the video) and not the larger video screen where you are actually setting the in and out points. I was under the impression you could not drag and drop (which you cant from the large "edit" video). You have to drag and drop (after setting in and out points, fromt he left side thumbnail.
01-13-2017 10:52 AM
I am having the same issue only with content taken with a GoPro Hero 5 Black. I am in the middle of a project that I have been working on for a couple days now. I tried adding a few more clips the same way I have been doing it the entire project and for some reason the storyboard is not accepting them. I take the clip from the Media Bin after converting it, drag it to the storyboard, and the clip just goes back to the Media Bin and doesn't show in the Storyboard. The Storyboard then goes back to the very beginning. The only thing I can think of is if there is like a limit to the amount of clips you can put into the Storyboard. Any suggestions?
01-25-2017 12:18 PM
I too am having the same issue. I have been working on a project for several days and have various clips, photos, and music files in the project and have been working on uploading a number of various photos (don't get me started here on how tedious and time consuming it is uploading several hundred photos one at a time) and found that the software is not allowing me to upload more photos to the storyboard. I have imported the jpeg file into the software, messed with the settings and then converted the jpeg using the "convert" button and then gone to "Step 2" and tried dragging and dropping into the storyboard, but its just slingshotting back to the Media Tray on the left. I believe it has to do with the amount of files or file space on the Storyboard,m but haven't been able to find any literature supporting my theory. I can say that I was having the issue and found that if I deleted one of the clips that is on the storyboard and dragging a new one of equal length from the Media Tray, it stayed on the storyboard. However, then I would go to add another and it would slingshot back to the Media Tray. I feel like it's trying to tell me that it can fit any more clips on the storyboard. It is weird because the 3.5 minute song I have uploaded runs past where the clips end and so I don't know whats up. Let me know if you figure anything out.
02-16-2017 11:51 AM
Hey all, sorry to see you haven't been able to get help on this. The normal culprit for storyboard or other UI issues is the graphics card on your computer. Be sure to have the latest drivers installed for the best performance, but beyond that it would be difficult to say. I don't know of a limit to the numbers of clips you can put on the storyboard.
Are these all pictures or a mix of pictures and videos? And do you actually have hundreds of pictures on the storyboard already? About how many pictures or how many clips and how long is the video in total?