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.
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.
No, the default audio in a GoPro Studio template is fixed and cannot be moved or replaced. However if you really want to accomplish that effect, here is how you would do it: Lower the Audio Setting "LEVEL dB" to 0. Add your desired music track to the second audio track in the Storyboard. Note: Be careful when doing this as it may throw off the feel of the provided template as the template was created with the provided music track in mind.
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.
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.
This article describes the process to copy effects from one clip in a Storyboard and apply it to another clip. Please follow this procedure: Make all of the desired setting changes to a clip so it has the desired look. In the lower-left corner of the clip click the "FX" triangle. It will receive a yellow outline. Copy the FX. Press CRTL+C (Windows), Command+C (Mac), or select Edit > Copy. Select another other clip that you want to apply the same affects to. Paste the FX. Press CRTL+V (Windows), Command+V...
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Yes, you can easily make your video play backwards in GoPro Studio. Simply select the clip that you want to play in reverse and then click the "Reverse" button in the Video Settings.
Files processed through iPhoto or iMovie are modified by those applications to the point where GoPro Studio doesn’t properly recognize them as GoPro camera footage. The following problems could result: GoPro Studio might not recognize the file. The audio might get converted incorrectly. The audio might not get converted at all. Files should be copied from the camera’s SD card directly to the computer and then imported into GoPro Studio as explained in the user manual.
Depending on the CPU speed or drive bandwidth available on your computer, GoPro CineForm files may “stutter” when playing back in Windows Media Player or other Windows applications. Sometimes the audio will also play out of sync with the video. Fortunately the scalability of the GoPro CineForm codec’s wavelet-based compression is superior to other algorithms. GoPro CineForm files can decode to a lower resolution that lowers your CPU and drive bandwidth. This will usually overcome stuttering or out-of-sync playback problems. Using the GoPro CineForm Status Viewer icon in the Windows Task...
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You can get either the "Find Missing File" or "File Not Found" window in GoPro Studio. This can be caused by one of a few different reasons: The file was moved. The file was renamed. The file was deleted. If the file was moved or renamed, you must find the file either in the new location or with the new name in the Find Missing File window. Then select the file and click Open. If the file was deleted, you will need to re-import the file with the same name. If...
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