03-23-2017 04:32 PM
@leet43441 - If your content is saved on your computer, Quik should be able to access it whether you have wireless or not. Internet is required to access any content stored in the cloud.
03-24-2017 12:03 PM
Thanks, Jeff. But when I first start/load Quik, the login screen appears along with "The app needs an internet connection to sign you in." Even if I put in my correct login credentials, the login fails, unless I connect to the Internet and then I can successfully login and THEN see my media. So.... yes, the media is on my hard drive, locally, but the app will not let me past the login page unless I am connected to the Internet. This is a show-stopper for me. Is there a way to use Quik without being connected to the Internet????
03-24-2017 12:28 PM - edited 03-24-2017 12:28 PM
You do have to log in once when you first use Quik for Desktop, but under most circumstances, you most likely won't be asked to log in again. The exception to that that I know of is if you're using Quik and have wifi, then you turn off or lose wifi, and then you turn off your computer, you may be asked to log in the next time you open Quik.
But Quik is not required. If it's a show-stopper for you, you can import the files directly from the SD card to any folder on your computer that you'd like and edit the files on any number of editing programs.
03-24-2017 03:27 PM
Thanks, Jeff. Well, yeah, if Quik is that dependant on the Internet, that's not desirable for me. I'll go back to iMovie where the app does not care if I'm on WiFi, Internet, none of that. Thanks for your replies. Cheers!