03-13-2020 02:21 AM
One thing I would like to make sure is that you are not visualizing the exported video via GoPro Plus. As it's Cloud, the quality is not as good as if you played it locally. GoPro Plus will have artefacts dur to compression.
The topic of quality is a challenge on Android devices, our Team is working on it.
a month ago
Hi @haindash ,
Any update on this issue? I spent a lot of time on the movie, I wanted to export it in high quality but it still produces low quality output.
It makes the app useless :(
I saw a handful of similar topics on this forum, looks like this is a common issue.
a month ago
I have the same problem. Output resolution of the video produced with the Android App is 1080p@60fps, but the bitrate is really bad.
At the and, the overall quality is really poor. The video looks very bad.
Not only, I shooter all of my video at 24fps, and, unless I cannot change the output resolution to 1080p@24fps, it looks even worse.
I have 6Gb of raw footage, and the output is a 3 min video of 224Mb! It means a bitrate of 16000kbps... to low!
Please propose a change in the GOPRO app to fix this.
3 weeks ago
and that bad/low quality output resolution/bitrate compression is the same when you do the horizon levelling thing and export or edit a clip. The final footage looks like crap and is not worth watching/sharing. This is really sad, because the original gopro 8 quality is awsome on other devices and in general.
Would be really cool to fix this issue quickly.