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Lack of Burst mode and timelapse support in quik

Why after 2+ years of existence does the quik app not have support for editing or including timelapse or burst photos. These are basic functions of the camera. It should be possible to select a burst image, to make a burst or timelapse into a video and to control the playback speed of a timelapse. Why does the app not support the very things the camera produces.

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Re: Lack of Burst mode and timelapse support in quik

Sorry about that, Quik isn't being updated anymore.

We've recently introduced the multi-clip-editing experience into GoPro App so you can do your edit right after importing footage from your GoPro. Note that it's also possible to use phone media.

See this article for help https://gopro.com/help/articles/how_to/how-to-create-a-multi-clip-edit-in-the-gopro-app 

 

In multi-clip editing in GoPro App

> You cannot add burst by taping on the burst itself but you can add the individual photos inside the burst.

> You can add Timelapse videos but not Timelapse photos as this would be way too many photos. 

 

Tipp: With GoPro Plus, if there is a Timelapse photo set with more than 100pics, it'll be converted in a 3 second video on cloud.

 

Know that since Quik App hasn't been updated in a while, an update outside of Quik App (OS update, System update) could break the app.

I recommend that you give a try to GoPro App multi-clip editing functionality.

GoPro App has 2 new styles that Quik App doesn't have, as well as color correction + more speed options for slomo at media level. 

Many more updates are planned to improve the global experience and add features! :)

 

 

Hope this helps 

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Re: Lack of Burst mode and timelapse support in quik

Sorry about that, Quik isn't being updated anymore.

We've recently introduced the multi-clip-editing experience into GoPro App so you can do your edit right after importing footage from your GoPro. Note that it's also possible to use phone media.

See this article for help https://gopro.com/help/articles/how_to/how-to-create-a-multi-clip-edit-in-the-gopro-app 

 

In multi-clip editing in GoPro App

> You cannot add burst by taping on the burst itself but you can add the individual photos inside the burst.

> You can add Timelapse videos but not Timelapse photos as this would be way too many photos. 

 

Tipp: With GoPro Plus, if there is a Timelapse photo set with more than 100pics, it'll be converted in a 3 second video on cloud.

 

Know that since Quik App hasn't been updated in a while, an update outside of Quik App (OS update, System update) could break the app.

I recommend that you give a try to GoPro App multi-clip editing functionality.

GoPro App has 2 new styles that Quik App doesn't have, as well as color correction + more speed options for slomo at media level. 

Many more updates are planned to improve the global experience and add features! :)

 

 

Hope this helps