02-08-2019 05:14 AM
Can somebody please help me out here?
I know, that - in short - the workflow of editing a Fusion file is a nightmare, but can somebody tell me if there is faster way to make multiple edits in a single movie file?
Let's say I have a movie file with a duration of 2 minutes and let's say I want to cut 3 fragments of 20 secs out of these 2 minutes.
Right now, I make 3 copies of the orginal file, and then I can make 3 different fragments of 20 secs with their specific settings and then I render the 3 fragments. When I put the first fragment in the render queue and start working on the second fragment, without making a copy first, it overrides the first fragment.
I know that I can always stitch the whole 2 minutes movie file first in Fusion Studio and then import it into Premiere Pro and do the editing there (still I have to make copies of that file when I am taking several fragments out of that file).
I hope that I am making myself a little bit clear and I hope that somebdoy can tell me if this is the right path (although I know it is quite a complicated path), or better, is it the fastest way?
02-08-2019 09:00 AM
I know this happened when using GoPro Fusion Studio 1.3, however not sure if they fixed this issue in GoPro Fusion Studio 1.4? You may want to try it out to see if it works.
02-11-2019 06:04 AM
Is Fusion Studio 1.4 already available? When I open the 1.3 version, it states that it is searching for an update, but no update is installed. I sure hope, that there are a lot of improvements in 1.4!!!
02-11-2019 08:20 AM
There is a newer version of Fusion Studio, Newer plugin's for Adobe Premier and Newer Firmware for the GoPro Fusion.
The information can be found here:
02-11-2019 08:56 AM
I have had no issues with this Beta firmware on the camera, but there are some things to note:
A: The firmware will set your camera defaults to 5.6K @ 24FPS. You can change back to 5.2K @ 30FPS via the app or via the camera.
B: The GoPro App does not allow you to select the 5.6K @ 24FPS as it's not been updated with those settings yet. So if you want to change the settings from 5.2K @ 30FPS back to 5.6K @ 24FPS, then you will need to do this directly via the camera settings buttons.
C: The new plugin's finally work with Adobe Premier 2019! This was a huge reason for me installing the beta firmware.
I have completed 2 tests of the new settings if you want to view them before updating.