06-26-2019 01:23 PM
The other issue, synchonisation process is interrupted after each file, my question, could it happen, if there are more then 300 or 400 files on the SD-Card? After I deleted all files exept the files from yesterday trip, about 100, the manually import was working fast, without inerruption and the camera didn‘t get hot during the process.
06-27-2019 07:48 AM
@peterj860 - What exactly happens when synchronization process is interrupted after each file? Is this in the app? The manual import would be much faster with a smaller number of files, and smaller file size as well.
06-27-2019 08:55 AM
Yes, the issue occures in the ios-app, when I start synchronisation, let's say 1 of 70 import stops after the first file has been imported. When synchronication is started again, importing starts with 1 of 69 and so on.
Manually import, so you recommend to import manually, with a large number of files, its not very comfortabel to select the files, you have to select each file separately, would be smarter to select total files of a day at once, feature is currently missing.
06-27-2019 10:05 AM
Thanks for the quick reply, @peterj860. I meant the manual import would be much faster with a smaller number of files, rather than when a large number of files is involved. It is true that the feature for selecting which files to import is not currently available. Quik app for desktop imports all SD card contents once the camera is connected to the computer, or once the SD card is inserted.
On the iOS app (GoPro App not Quik for mobile), photos get imported faster than videos but there should not be any interruption on synchronization (or connection) while the import is happening. Does you iOS device have ample space to accommodate the files being transferred?
06-27-2019 02:43 PM
@mariustanyaat the moment I have about 130GB free space on my iPhone xs.
(The restriction of one minute and the limited numbers of highlits makes the desktop app usless for me).
06-27-2019 04:58 PM