10-11-2020 06:42 AM
i've recorded video with gps on, made sure gps signal is solid white before recording on a clear day out doors, have all media on quik, i've gone to click telemetry overlay but it wont allow me to turn on any type of telemetry, whether gps, g forces, speed, its showing me the option, but wont let me select and app is acting like i havent recorded with gps on, but it has been, is it an issue with the hero 9 and quik?
10-11-2020 08:14 AM
Hello, @cameronl36. Quik for desktop doesn’t support telemetry gauges for your HERO8 Black and HERO9 Black cameras. We are focusing on adding this functionality to our latest GoPro Desktop application in the near future, but in the meantime, the GoPro App on iOS and Android can add telemetry gauges using GPS performance stickers. These instructions will guide you on how to view stickers in the GoPro App.
10-13-2020 10:12 AM
You can use the GoPro telemetry in Garmin's Virb Edit too. You need to extract it first: https://goprotelemetryextractor.com/free
Regarding, Quik, it does not support cameras newer than the Hero7, if you still want to add the gauges there, you can use the paid GPS Quick Fix: https://youtu.be/nY4LfVFViT0
But be aware that many Hero9 units are recording extremely bad GPS data, so make sure that is not your case before anything else (see the quality of your GPS data with the Telemetry Extractor)
10-13-2020 01:17 PM
100% agree this is a garbage response from GoPro. Many consumers have been loyal to the product for years and going from the 8 to the 9 I was hoping this issue would be solved. How am I supposed to edit a 15 minute video on a mobile device? That is a JOKE!
I am leaning more and more towards the Insta 360s for many reasons and this just may be the final straw :(
I would appreciate an update from the GoPro team on a timeline for when this feature/function is expected to be added to the GoPro Quik desktop tool.