on 11-11-2020 07:47 AM
This is now available for Windows and Mac.
App and all the info: https://goprotelemetryextractor.com/gopro-insta-dji-garmin-gpx
Happy to solve any doubts or questions you may have.
on 11-11-2020 07:34 PM
Awsome work dude!!!
Will this work with .insv files from Insta360 or do they need to be .mp4?
Will it work with 360 footage och do we have to reframe before?
on 11-11-2020 09:57 PM
Fantastic! Is it possible to merge multiple video files (all the chapters of a recording) and get the telemetry data for the whole recording as if it were one single continuous video?
Also one thing that might be cool is an option to export the dashboard video over a "green screen" instead of the real video (would need to be able to select exactly which color to use) in order to use the dashboard video inside another video editor such as Premiere Pro. This way we could use Premiere Pro's tools to create transitions, color grade etc.
on 11-11-2020 11:55 PM
- Works with INSV and MP4?
- Works with 360?
Yes, but it does not reframe, so you should either reframe first and then import the reframed video (and the original one for the data, if the reframed one lost it). Or you can export the gauges with a transparent background and add the overlay in a 360 editor.
- Exports with green screen?
Not necessary. It can export with a transparent (alpha) background. Either in ProRes 4444 or a more compressed format.
- Can it merge consecutive video files without jumps in the telemetry?
Yes. It does that automatically.
on 11-13-2020 05:30 PM
This looks exactly like what I have been looking for. Can you give me an estimate of how long it would take to render a 100 gig or more worth of files. Currently I'm using Dashware to merge the files together which takes about 10 to 12 hours. Then the GoPro Telemetry Extractor Premium to get the telemetry from each of the files. This has worked fine for up to 35 files. It just takes hours and hours to do. Once I get that far then I use Dashware to put the gauges in then that takes another 10 or 12 hours to render. I then use Pinnacle Studio 22 to edit the huge file down to the parts I want to keep. That usually ends up being about 75 or 80 gig. It normally takes about 2 or 3 hours to render the last file. Obviously Pinnacle is doing something much better with my computers resources. If this new program just lets me eliminate the merge that would save many hours. If it can also edit the footage without losing the data that would save even more time. Your other programs work unbelievably well. My biggest problem with the Telemeter Extractor is trying to name the files so I can drag and drop them without getting them out of order. Dashware lets you move the files up and down in its file window before you actually start the merge.
I'm spring loaded to buy this new program depending on your answers.
on 11-14-2020 04:53 AM
As discussed over email I haven't yet thoroughly tested export times in a wide range of situations (nor how many files it is able to handle). Might add an estimate in future versions.
The program does not transfer the original data stream to the exported video, at it is designed as an "all-in-one" solution, data-wise. So it avoids adding complexity that way, especially considering files can be concatenated, trimmed...
And regarding file sorting. I think the current approach works works well with both old and new GoPro cameras. The old ones give different creation times to each file chapter, the new ones give them all the same creation time but can be sorted alphabetically. Of course that's not always perfect, especially if users use a different naming convention, so there is room for improvement. Maybe custom sorting as oyu mentioned.
on 11-20-2020 05:35 AM
Can i use the exported file in my Magix Videodeluxe progra and Is there a possibility to test the program before buying it ?
Looking forward to your reply