Most camera source files are highly compressed. Camera compression varies depending on spatial resolution and frame rate, but in general is about 30:1 and some formats are compressed even more at about 80:1! To get to such high compression, many computationally complex algorithms are used. When these highly compressed files are used as the source for editing, a couple things result: 1) poor editing performance, and 2) lower quality when rendering. The GoPro CineForm codec was designed to provide very high performance, and very high visual fidelity. Part of the technique...
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Converting file from the default source format to the GoPro CineForm format is a CPU intensive process that will take some time. There are several factors that can affect how long this process takes: The length of the source video. Longer videos take longer to process. Your CPU speed plays an important role. The faster the CPU, the faster the conversion. Adding a speed change to the conversion will lengthen the process. Removing the Fisheye effect will lengthen the process. The Quality setting can affect how long it takes. If you...
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There is no option to upload and publish directly to sites like YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, etc, but you export video files from GoPro Studio and then upload them to the site of your choosing. In fact, GoPro Studio even has export preset specifically for YouTube and Vimeo which really simplify the process!
If your files are not properly displayed in the player window and instead preview as a black or a white screen, this article should help to resolve the issue.
You can access the the GoPro Studio manual within GoPro Studio. Simply select Help > GoPro Studio Manual and a PDF version of the manual will be displayed.
Before you can add a video file to your project, you must first convert that file to the CineForm format in Step 1: Import & Convert. You cannot start immediately in Step 2: Edit. Once you have converted your files, proceed to Step 2: Edit. If you just converted the files, your converted files will automatically show up in the Media Bin and you can just drag the files directly to the Storyboard. If you files you want to add are not yet in the Media Bin, follow these instructions: Click...
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No, you cannot detach audio from a video clip in GoPro Studio. However, you can lower the audio so that it cannot be heard. There are a couple of ways to do this. Method #1: You can click the speaker icon in the lower-right corder of the Storyboard clip. Method #2You can select the clip and lower the Level dB audio setting to the far left.
There is limited customization allowed in the provided GoPro Studio templates. The basic format and default audio track are fixed, you cannot edit these. Here is a listing of what you can do in the provided templates: Add your own content into the required video clip placeholders. Add your own content into the optional video clip placeholders. Add custom titles. Add additional audio to the secondary audio track.
The Windows version of GoPro Studio converts files into either AVI or MOV files. As a general rule if you are using a Windows workflow you'll want to convert to GoPro CineForm AVI files and for a MacOS workflow you'll want to use the MOV wrapper.
Yes! You can create your own effects presets. Here is how: Select a clip and make all of the desired settings changes until the clip has your desired Look. In the Preset section in the lower-right corner, click the gear icon. This will open the Manage Presets window. Click the + sign in the lower-left corner of the Manage Presets window. Give the Preset a Name and then click OK. Your custom preset has now been added to the rest of the default presets.