01-07-2019 03:15 PM
01-13-2019 10:01 PM
Another user reporting slow Quik software on Windows 10. I use 2.7K HEVC videos. They run fine in Windows Media PLayer, DivX player and VLC media player. I can edit and make movies with Adobe Premier Rush and Pro without issues. Quik on the otherhand is choppy and slow. I made 1 movie but it was a pain to use. I would like to use it all the time, but it's just not possible. YES, have a high end PC and as already mentioned can run and edit HEVC videos. The software is buggy... Do the developers have more than one system to do their testing on? I suggest buying a few different computers with different specs and run your application on them.... The users here seem to be treated like Noobs. GoPro team, please get your act together.
01-17-2019 04:19 AM
My Hero 7 now sits gathering dust in a cupboard, I really cannot be botherd with rubbish software, rubbish battery life for an expensive trinket! Anyone thinking about a Gopro dont bother they cheap alternatives will save you money and do exactly the same thing.
01-17-2019 09:07 AM
GoPro cameras create MP4 files, a format that is supported by many video editing programs. For other editing options on your home computer, we have had several customers give good reviews of Pinnacle Studio HD, Davinci Resolve, Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Premier Elements, and Apple's iMovie and Final Cut X.
For more advance video editing applications, please refer to DaVinci Resolve (Free Version) or Adobe Premiere Pro CC (Paid).
VLC Media Player is also a free downloadable video media player that supports MP4 H.264 files.