10-03-2019 03:47 PM
I used GoPro Studio for android to create a quik story. I needed to temporally remove the video files from my phone due to space constraints. I have since loaded them back again directly from my camera, but my quik story won't open. Quik states "the items in your quik story are no longer available" and wants me to delete the story. I already have completed a lot of editing and just need to export the video. I really don't want to try and edit the video again from scratch, is there any way to get the quik story to recognize the files do exist? I would assume there is some sort of metadata file for the quik story that points to the video files. Any and all help is greatly appreciated.
10-24-2019 04:54 PM
We have recently released an update for the GoPro app both on Android and iOS. Please make sure to restart your phone before pairing it with the camera again.Let us know how it goes.
10-25-2019 02:20 AM
"I needed to temporally remove the video files from my phone due to space constraints. I have since loaded them back again directly from my camera, but my quik story won't open"
> so basically you had a project, you deleted the source files and imported them again. Sadly the deleting of the file broke the link between the edit and the files so even if you've imported them again later, the initial link is broken and the project won't be able to work anymore. Sorry about that.
10-25-2019 08:29 AM
Thank you for the information. I would have thought the link between the project and the files would have been the filepath/filename. From your response it sounds as if everytime I import a file it creates a new unique id? If this is the case, is this ID stored in a editable file where I could recreate the the link between the project and the source files?
10-25-2019 08:59 AM