06-04-2020 12:36 AM - edited 06-04-2020 12:40 AM
06-04-2020 02:24 AM
блин .... софт такое говно , два дня по работала программа и опять не открывается, хуйня конченная .... очень расстроен , такие деньги платишь за оборудование а программа для не ни какя .. ГОВНО
06-04-2020 03:46 AM
I agree with you, I pay a premium for my H7B and all the software for Windows and Android is crap. Do I have to get a Mac to import my files? I don't even know if Mac/ios software is better. I've been with GoPro since the Hero (2014) and I've fallen in love with the camera (hardware) but software wise it sucks. That camera crashed on the first day and I completely panic, it took me 3 hours to do a force shutdown and update the firmware. I remember trying to use GoPro Studio on my core2duo laptop. it sucked. Now with my H7B the camera still has unsolved bugs, sometimes the camera is completely off (with all of that GPS, Wi-Fi and other crap off) but when I turn the camera on it has almost no battery left.
Again I love the camera's hardware and I love the quality that it has and when I work it's freaking awesome. But when the software decides to crap out, the experience is frustrating.
I hope GoPro changes their software scheme and starts giving decent software/firmware to the consumer.
06-09-2020 09:11 AM
I was disappointed to see this app discontinued and difficult to find the legacy download link. GoPro's customer experience has been going down the drain lately. This shouldn't have been removed until there is a replacement. If the reason for removing it was because it wasn't compatible with the HERO 8, they should have advertised it as not being compatible instead of prematurely hiding the app from everyone.
Yes, I know the app isn't the best for editing videos, I do use other apps for that. But... Quik was a nice app to import and organize my GoPro videos. One reason why I used Quik was that I could view and create time lapse videos from still images effortlessly. Another reason for using Quik was that it could display gauges or telemetry on the video (speed, height, GPS path, etc.) Are there any other good alternatives out there that can do this for when Quik finally does bite the dust?