03-20-2019 02:34 PM
Hello @toughjump03443. Yes, GoPro media is now saved in the local folder within the app. The simplified app media gallery allows saving photos and videos in their original quality (including burst, time lapse and TimeWarp content). You have the option to save the media to your device once the media have been imported to the app. Thanks!
03-26-2019 12:03 AM
03-26-2019 09:28 AM
The 7-day period is for edits made via Quik for mobile.
The files will be saved on the GoPro app and the phone(if you choose to download to your Photos/Gallery).
The auto delete option is available on Quik for Desktop only.
03-26-2019 11:04 AM
thanks for the reply, so If I understand correctly is that there is no more recent content (which would hold content for up to 7 days to be used in Quik and be deleted after a week if you did not save it on the device). and now if I download automatically all media from my gopro via the gopro app it will stay in my phone unless I manually delete it?
03-26-2019 12:16 PM
@jrubiese, I think you're referring to the QuikStories. Prior to GoPro App version 5.2, all the content QuikStories transfers is considered temporary. The GoPro app would delete unused content 7 days after the time the last piece of media in a cluster is offloaded (3 days on Android). With GoPro app 5.2, QuikStories content no longer expires as your content will be saved to the "App" tab in the app.
When you download your contents from your camera via GoPro App, they will be saved to the "App" tab in the app. They will not be downloaded to your phone automatically. If you need to download these files into your mobile device's camera roll, you have to select the footage from the "App" tab and manually download them to your phone.
I think the advantage of this feature is, aside from the faster download speed, you can always go back to these footage in the app at any time even if your GoPro camera is no longer connected.