01-23-2020 11:30 PM
I'm having trouble with the poor quality after I make an edit in the Gopro app, not Quik. All the highlight clips are from a single video, no color corrections, and it's got one of Gopros songs playing. The original video is super sharp along with the editing preview. But after I render it and save it to my phone, it becomes super pixelated. Thanks for any help!
Below is a screen shot after rendering and saving to my phone.
GoPro Hero 7 Black
01-24-2020 12:40 AM
In Quik there is a setting to export with high quality, but GoPro app does not have this setting.
GoPro mobile app is awesome, but this bug is a deal breaker.
01-29-2020 07:09 AM
Hello @hunter3382 and @greenwave0725. Which resolution settings were used in the video files that you have tested? Which device are you using? Is your device updated to the latest OS version? See if your device supports such a resolution. Have you been able to try rendering using a different device? Also, note that export quality in the GoPro App is automatically set to 1080p / 60 FPS. Let us know what you find out.
01-29-2020 05:27 PM
01-29-2020 11:19 PM
My file is recorded in 1080p 60fps, and the output from GoPro app is the same. My phone is able to play both of them, as well as higher resolutions and frame rates so it shouldn't be a problem.
GoPro app outputs 1080p 60fps, but the bitrate is 3-4 times lower, hence the bad quality.
Quik app produces videos in much higher quality.
Again, by quality I don't mean resolution and frame rate. My input file is 1080@60, Quik and GoPro apps output are also 1080@60. The GoPro app produces a video with 3-4 lower bitrate than the input file from camera and output file from Quik.
In Quik, you can set the quality in settings, but in GoPro there is no such setting.
01-29-2020 11:23 PM
Please just copy this feature from Quik and it will be good :)