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How to Use Batch Export in the GoPro Player

by GoPro ‎03-04-2020 09:59 AM - edited ‎01-28-2021 05:10 PM
The Batch Exporter is designed to simplify your workflow, and allow you to be more productive in the GoPro Player. Learn how to use it in the steps below.
  1. Open GoPro Player and import your 360 video.
  2. Open Reframe and setup your first edit however you please. You can trim your video down and add some keyframes, or just cut a longer video down into smaller portions. Please note that you must be in the Reframe workflow in order to queue up clips.
  3. Once you've got your first piece of an edit ready, go to File > Send To Queue to open the batch exporter.
  4. Save your new clip with a unique name and click "Next". PRO-TIP: Be sure to give each clip a unique name so your files don't get overwritten.
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  1. The export queue will appear after with your first clip at the top.
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  1. Now go back to your project, and repeat steps 2-4 until you're finished.
PRO-TIP: There is no maximum number of clips that you can add to the export queue.

Check out the following diagram of the Export Queue to familiarize yourself with its features.
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A. Your controls for the queue, giving you the power to start, pause, add or remove clips.
B. Any clips that you send to the queue will appear here
C. The Output Directory is where you decide the location which you'd like to save your edits to.
D. Determine how you'd like to be notified once your export is finished
E. Highlight a clip, then click "Edit" to get a breakdown of the different export settings. You can only modify one clip's settings at a time.
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