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Stuttering Video Playback in GoPro Studio 2.0

If you experience stuttering or jerky playback within GoPro Studio, it could be that your computer is having a hard time keeping up with the high quality video preview. If this occurs, please try the following: In the upper-right section of GoPro Studio in Step 2: Edit, you will see the Playback setting. Try lowering it to Half or Quarter resolution. This just impacts the preview and has no impact on the final output.            Make sure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements. Check with... Read More »

How to Add Video to a GoPro Studio 2.0 Project

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... Read More »

Why Does GoPro Studio 2.0 Convert Files to the GoPro CineForm Format?

The first step in any GoPro Studio workflow is to convert your source files into the GoPro CineForm format. This is very important and there are several reasons to do this. All consumer‐level cameras and many professional‐level cameras record in highly compressed video formats designed to capture large amounts of data very quickly and save that data onto an SD card or other portable media format in as small a file as possible. This is great for recording a lot of data onto a small space, but these compression formats are... Read More »

Is it Possible to Customize Provided GoPro Studio 2.0 Templates?

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.

Video Does Not Display in the GoPro Studio 2.0 Player Window

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. Verify that your system meets the Minimum System Requirements . If your system does not meet the minimum requirements, you will need to install on a computer that does meet the requirements for proper functionality. If your system does meet the requirements, then this generally indicates a graphics adapter problem. Check with your graphics adapter manufacturer and make sure that you have... Read More »

How to Smooth Exposure Transition in Time-lapse Videos

There’s an option in the Advanced Settings menu that can be used for your time-lapse videos.   On Windows this option is called: "Frame Blend (Motion Blur)".  On Macs this option is called "Motion Blur". Selecting this option tells CineForm Studio to correct for the camera’s automatic exposure that can sometimes result in a flickering effect in time-lapse videos.  This balances out exposure changes for a smooth transition from frame to frame.

How to Delete CineForm CODECSTATUS on a Mac

On your main Macintosh HD drive, go to Library/LaunchAgents. Then delete the com.cineform.stereomodestatus.plist file. Restart computer and you're good to go.

Why Does it Take So Long to Convert My Files in GoPro Studio 2.0?

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... Read More »

When should i use an AVI versus an MOV file wrapper?

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.

How Do I Get More Templates for GoPro Studio 2.0?

Within GoPro Studio, in the top right-hand corner of the Template Selection Window, click on the "Download more here" link. This will take you to the webpage where you can select and download additional templates.