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Hiker
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メディアの読み込みに時間がかかりすぎる

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アンドロイド端末でGOPRO Appを使って編集する際に、メディアの読み込みにすごい時間がかかります。読み込めるビデオのサイズによる制限や読み込み時間の目安はありますか?あるいは、Go Pro hero9 BlackのSDカードをスマホに入れれば、そこからメディアの追加が速くできる可能性はありますか?

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GoPro
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Re: メディアの読み込みに時間がかかりすぎる

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Hi,
It will also depend what kind of media you are talking about.
High resolution, high fps media will also be more demanding on the device.

About quality:
Currently here's what you have when you export a multi-clip edit in GoPro App:
- On Android it's 1080p/60fps in output.
- On iOS we take the resolution of the most media in your Story (so if you have a majority of 4K media, output will be 4K)
iOS is technically more performant. The encoder performance and quality provided by the Android devices isn't as good so you won't have the same results on Android.

If you save your media from App to Phone without doing any edits, it will have its original quality but as soon as it goes through the editing engine (filters, color adjustments, stickers…) it will loose a bit of quality.

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GoPro
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Re: メディアの読み込みに時間がかかりすぎる

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Hello @ttmderiv. The application's performance will also depend on the mobile device's system and power. Please make sure your mobile device, app, and camera are on their current versions. Additionally, there are some troubleshooting suggestions here https://community.gopro.com/t5/en/How-to-Resolve-GoPro-App-Crashing-or-Freezing-Issues/ta-p/392953 that will help. 

Hiker
Posts: 17

Re: メディアの読み込みに時間がかかりすぎる

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特にクラッシュするなどの問題は起きません。単純に時間がかかるだけです。スマホはかなりのハイスペックですがやはりPCで編集するしかなさそうです。しかし、GoPro Quickを使うと、ビットレートがオリジナルのファイルの3分の1に低下し映像がかなり荒くなるので使えません。手詰まりです。
GoPro
Posts: 3,568

Re: メディアの読み込みに時間がかかりすぎる

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Hi,
It will also depend what kind of media you are talking about.
High resolution, high fps media will also be more demanding on the device.

About quality:
Currently here's what you have when you export a multi-clip edit in GoPro App:
- On Android it's 1080p/60fps in output.
- On iOS we take the resolution of the most media in your Story (so if you have a majority of 4K media, output will be 4K)
iOS is technically more performant. The encoder performance and quality provided by the Android devices isn't as good so you won't have the same results on Android.

If you save your media from App to Phone without doing any edits, it will have its original quality but as soon as it goes through the editing engine (filters, color adjustments, stickers…) it will loose a bit of quality.