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How to Rotate/Flip a Video in GoPro Studio

If you've taken a video upside down, no worries. Flipping it back up is easy by using the free GoPro Studio software. Here's how to do so: 1. Import the files you want to rotate into GoPro Studio, by using the "Import New Files" button. 2. Highlight the video that you want to rotate in the import file list on the left hand side.3. Check off the "ROTATE/FLIP" box on the lower left hand side of the viewing screen. This will rotate your video 180 degrees.Once you have completed these steps,... Read More »

What are the Minimum System Requirements for GoPro Studio?

Here are the minimum system requirements for GoPro Studio: Minimum System Requirements Note: For systems below the minimum hardware recommendations, performance may degrade, but software will most likely continue to function. GoPro Studio is not available for Linux, iOS or Android devices at this time. 1It is highly recommended that you use the latest graphics drivers directly from the graphics card manufacturer.

Wi-Fi BacPac Device Driver Installation - Windows 7 & Vista

This article describes the process to properly install the device driver for the Wifi BacPac in Windows 7 and Vista. If you connect a powered on Wi-Fi BacPac and GoPro Studio does not show it in the Device Window, this article applies to you. Step 1- Turn off User Account Control (UAC) Instructions for Windows 7 Instructions for Windows Vista Step 2 - Confirm that the Wi-Fi BacPac Device Driver is successfully installed on your computer To check if the Wi-Fi BacPac Device Driver is successfully installed, follow the below steps:... Read More »

GoPro Studio - Explanation of Advanced Settings in Import & Convert

These options are explained in great detail in the manual which you can find by going to Help > GoPro Studio Manual. This article contains a brief description of the Advanced Settings. In many cases you will not need to touch the advanced settings at all. However in some cases, especially if you plan on using your video files in 3rd party editors, you may find yourself making changes. Here are the Advanced Settings options and a brief description of what they do. Image Size: Use the Image Size setting to... Read More »

Explaining GoPro Studio Export Options

GoPro Studio has several available export presets. You can choose the one that fits your particular need. Note: In the Windows version of GoPro Studio these presets create .mp4 files. In the Mac version of GoPro Studio, these presets create .mov files. YouTube - Creates an average quality file with a bit rate of 8Mbps.Vimeo - Creates an above average quality file with a bit rate of 15Mbps.Mobile Device - Creates a low quality file with a bit rate of 2Mbps.HD 720p - Creates an average quality file with a 720p... Read More »

Missing Audio on a Video Clip in the GoPro Studio Storyboard

If you are not hearing audio in a clip in the Storyboard, this article should help to resolve the problem. There are a few reasons why you might not be hearing audio. First, make sure that you can hear audio in other applications to make sure that your system audio is working okay. If it is not working okay this needs to be addressed before you can hear audio in GoPro Studio. If the speed of the clip was adjusted up using the Speed Video Setting. This is normal. Clips have... Read More »

What is the Preferred Way to Import Time-Lapse Content in GoPro Studio?

The process for converting time‐lapse sequences into GoPro CineForm files is as follows: If you have Studio 2.5 you can use the Importer: How to Use the GoPro Studio Importer. If you dont have Studio 2.5, or choose not to use the Importer, you can get the files directly from your SD card: Copy the time‐lapse folders from the DCIM folder on the SD card to a location on your computer. We suggest creating a specific folder for your GoPro Studio projects. Click the IMPORT NEW FILES button and browse to... Read More »

Working with Titles in GoPro Studio

This article describes how to work work with titles in GoPro Studio. How many titles can be added? GoPro Studio provides two title tracks. You can add as many titles to these tracks as you want. How to create a title To create a new title, simply click the Title button. Doing so will automatically add a new title to the Media Bin with the default text of "Title". How to edit the title Since you most likely don't want a title that says "Title", you will want to customize it... Read More »

Why Does GoPro Studio 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 »

Working with Transitions in GoPro Studio

When playing back your Storyboard, the default transition between two clips is a ‘CUT’. You have the option, however of using a ‘DISSOLVE’ instead. Adding a Dissolve transition To change the transition from a ‘CUT ‘to a ‘DISSOLVE’, do the following: On the Storyboard, click the ADD TRANSITION icon (+ sign) between the two clips where you’d like to add the dissolve. Once added, the + sign will change to a new icon, indicating that it is now a ‘DISSOLVE’. Move the Storyboard Time Indicator to a couple of seconds behind... Read More »