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post #1 of 9 Old 11-20-2016, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
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Edit GPS Overlay in Studio

Anyone know how to get a clip into Studio with the new GPS overlay. I have tried to save a clip in Quik which is fine. The saved video shows the overlay. When I then try to open the clip in Studio it says it can only edit gopro clips. Anyone know how to make this work? I would have though a clip saved in Quik could be opened in Studio.
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You have the separate GPX file from a GPS right?

Download VIRB Edit. It has GPS overlay. Load the video, then load the GPX file and sync them.
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Anyone know how to get a clip into Studio with the new GPS overlay. I have tried to save a clip in Quik which is fine. The saved video shows the overlay. When I then try to open the clip in Studio it says it can only edit gopro clips. Anyone know how to make this work? I would have though a clip saved in Quik could be opened in Studio.
it opened fine in my studio
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Here's how the workflow works, afaik:

1) Shoot video with GPS enabled
2) Import into Quik
3) Double click file under Media
4) Use Gauges icon to pick which overlays to add on
5) Click Scissors/Create a Clip icon +/- selecting a portion of the clip in the subsequent screen
6) Name this new clip, click Save, and wait a long time
7) ...
8) Clip now should appear in Media in Quik as a separate file with baked-in GPS overlays, and by virtue of being in the GoPro media folder should now be accessible in Studio or other video editors for further manipulation

Actually, now that I think of it it may well be better to tweak the video in Studio first then reimport into Quik and go through these steps. Otherwise the color, etc. of the overlap could be messed up, not to mention the whole not recognized as GoPro video issue as above.
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Here's how the workflow works, afaik:

1) Shoot video with GPS enabled
2) Import into Quik
3) Double click file under Media
4) Use Gauges icon to pick which overlays to add on
5) Click Scissors/Create a Clip icon +/- selecting a portion of the clip in the subsequent screen
6) Name this new clip, click Save, and wait a long time
7) ...
8) Clip now should appear in Media in Quik as a separate file with baked-in GPS overlays, and by virtue of being in the GoPro media folder should now be accessible in Studio or other video editors for further manipulation

Actually, now that I think of it it may well be better to tweak the video in Studio first then reimport into Quik and go through these steps. Otherwise the color, etc. of the overlap could be messed up, not to mention the whole not recognized as GoPro video issue as above.

Lol had to try this out and I found it just missing one simple thing

if your original file is in for example Pictures/gopro/ride Gopro_001. when its finished , simply go back to Pictures/gopro/ride and whatever you named it will be exactly wthere. if you can not find hte overlay file!!

thanks now I can go out and test some shots with my rc car. and gps Lol thanks @shikataganai

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NO separate GPX file from GPS data recorded...
The data are embedded in the video file recorded with GoPro if GPS function was enabled.

After that :
If you go with QUIK,
enable GPS data overlay
Create a clip (Saving it you LOST a lot of quality from the original clip)
After that :
When you import the created clip+GPS with STUDIO to work on it and then export it again... You LOST quality again.

We need to find a different SW to do it with better codecs to apply.
But the third part program have to manage also the GPS built-in data.
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there is a program called RaceRender that can read the GoPro's GPS file, & record it directly onto the video for you. But the finished quality was worse than Quik

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...I really hope that Premiere Pro CC 2017 in same way handles it (GPS data and final quality) !!
(Downloading now... keep you informed)
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