Ask a Question
GoPro Support Hub Ask a question. Share an answer. Find a solution. Stay stoked.
Announcements
Is your GoPro gear up to date? Check to see if it is on our Update page.
Mounts + Accessories
Reply
Tourist
Posts: 3

Quick Capture with "The Remote"

[ New ]

Hi!

I just received my new remote for the H9, so far so good. Is there any way to use the quick capture feature with this remote?
When the camera is turned off and I push record on the remote the camera will start (but not record!). I then need to manually start the recording and turn off the camera afterwards again, which renders the remote useless to me.
Any pointers?

Thanks


Accepted Solutions
GoPro
Posts: 30,862

Re: Quick Capture with "The Remote"

[ New ]

Hi @moritzk755

 

Features not available with The Remote

  • QuikCapture
  • Manual capture of multiple photos while recording video with multiple cameras

Check out The Remote: How to Use for reference.

 

Thanks!

Ej

View solution in original post


All Replies
GoPro
Posts: 30,862

Re: Quick Capture with "The Remote"

[ New ]

Hi @moritzk755

 

Features not available with The Remote

  • QuikCapture
  • Manual capture of multiple photos while recording video with multiple cameras

Check out The Remote: How to Use for reference.

 

Thanks!

Ej

Tourist
Posts: 3

Re: Quick Capture with "The Remote"

[ New ]

Aye, I was totally unaware. Thanks for pointing me there.
Is there any hope that this will be featured in the future?

Highlighted
GoPro
Posts: 15,698

Re: Quick Capture with "The Remote"

[ New ]

@moritzk755, we appreciate the insight as it can help us build a better experience with our products. We'll relay this information to the team in charge. Let us know if anything else comes up. Stay stoked & have fun capturing moments using your GoPro!

Tourist
Posts: 3

Re: Quick Capture with "The Remote"

[ New ]

Thanks!
It seems kind of counter intuitive that you can do all the actions of Quik Capture manually from the remote, but not actual Quik Capture. So hopefully R&D can figure this out :)