05-28-2020 04:35 PM
I thought the Quik software for Windows was awful; pretty much enough to turn me off ever buying another GoPro or recommending one to friends/family despite the hardware being first class.
But the 'answer' from GoPro is to just kill off Quik and replace it with nothing?
I give up.
Surely just publish an API and allow open source developers to bolt in support for the Go Pro.
All I really wanted was not features like adding music to video clips, but just a simple way of getting video clips onto my Windows laptop. I have ability to copy footage, but loses the value added metadata like speed/acceleration
Trying to edit 4k footage on an average smartphone with a fraction of the memory and CPU as desktop computers is insanity.
Who is making these decisions at GoPro?
05-28-2020 06:09 PM
We at GoPro have built and are continuing to develop a new modern desktop solution, GoPro Player.
Please continue checking our website for updates.
You may use the GoPro App (mobile) or third party applications listed here.
05-29-2020 01:48 PM
Well, that's 10 minutes wasted, wondering if it was just me. While the initial impression is like getting a kick in the nuts (the messaging could be handled better, more up-front, less hiding), it is in line with GoPro's competitors. DJI doesn't provide an editor at all.