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Save narration.

I want to record or import narration separately, so I can use it like audio for any video tile. Ie, I want audio I can keep by itself, so I can use it with different tiles. Is this possible?

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GoPro
Posts: 12,024

Re: Save narration.

Hi @donnab14521

 

We recommend using Quik for mobile if you wish to add/use your own audio file.

For reference, you may check: What File Types Are Supported In Quik for mobile?

 

You may use the RAW Format if you are looking to use/save the audio files from videos taken from your GoPro camera. 

For reference, you may check: What is RAW Format?

 

Please do not hesitate to reach us back should you need additional information. https://gopro.com/help/ContactUs

 

 

Thanks!

EJ

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GoPro
Posts: 12,024

Re: Save narration.

Hi @donnab14521

 

We recommend using Quik for mobile if you wish to add/use your own audio file.

For reference, you may check: What File Types Are Supported In Quik for mobile?

 

You may use the RAW Format if you are looking to use/save the audio files from videos taken from your GoPro camera. 

For reference, you may check: What is RAW Format?

 

Please do not hesitate to reach us back should you need additional information. https://gopro.com/help/ContactUs

 

 

Thanks!

EJ

Tourist
Posts: 3

Re: Save narration.

Thank you! I will study the links.

 

Old comics pro, love the new (to me) world of editing film with Splice.

 

Donna

GoPro
Posts: 9,299

Re: Save narration.

Hi @donnab14521,

 

Thank you for considering the recommended resolution. Great to know that you love Splice. Stay stoked!

 

Best regards, 
Marius

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Tourist
Posts: 3

Re: Save narration.

Downloaded GoPro Quick. Cute! A lot of fun.

But can’t figure out how to record exportable audio only, for use with Splice.

Using iPod.