3 weeks ago
My W10 does not support HEVC and HandBrake converts video to 30 or 60 fps but I need to create photos from about eight frames shot at 960/240. I do not need to watch the video but I do need to step through it to then caputre photo. Is there a simple way to do this?
3 weeks ago - last edited 3 weeks ago
You may want to try this via the GoPro App(mobile) instead.
Pair your camera to the app.
Select the media then tap on the Trim/Cut icon.
Create a clip of your preferred parts then save it to the app.
From the created clip, you should be able to grab a frame/s.
Let us know if this works for you.
2 weeks ago
An interesting process - but unless i can step through the video frame by frame i can't caputre the three or frames i need. it seems i can only play in real time and then hope to capture the needed frame by tapping. Is there any way to advance the video frame by frame in the app so i can capture the photos i need?
2 weeks ago - last edited 2 weeks ago
Do you have the video already saved on your phone via the app?
Have you gone through the steps listed above?
What happens after tapping on the grab photo/frame icon?
You should be able to go over the frames of the selected video.
Let us know how it goes.
2 weeks ago
Yes - got it and it worked - Many Thanks. I was able to step through the photo capture feature and get the photos I needed. Again Appreciate your help!!