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Hey everyone, newb here.

Just picked up a GoPro Hero 7 Black. I will use it mainly to record motorcycle rides. I did some test recordings at 2.7 k and 60 fps and when I replay the raw file, the video is "stuttering". Looks a little bit like stop motion, although it's more subtle than that. Also, the audio is out of sync by about 10 seconds. I used all the "auto settings", any ideas? Should I record at 1080 and 60 fps?
 

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Play your footage back on the camera only and is it spot on?
 

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I think it's fine on the GoPro and for sure there is no audio lag on the GoPro. Could it be that my laptop is too slow?
 

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im almost certain its your computers fault, not gopros.

do you mind telling us your pc specs?

i managed to juice more from my old pc when playing back fullhd clips by using MPC player and its codecs (better than VLC)
 

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GoPro is like a computer to, the sdxc card also plays a toll. How are you watching that clip or clips now via the laptopp?

off the camera attached to the computer, off the sdxc card through a reader, off a HDD drive?


As @Boznoz said the computer and player ther is part of the issue.

So to the question in bold
 

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Here are my computer specs:

Card: Sandisk 64GB Extreme MicroSDXC UHS-I Card, plugged right into laptop slot with adapter

ASUS laptop:
12 MB RAM
Intel core i7, 2.0 Ghz processor

Will try another recording with with lower resolution and see what happens. Thanks everyone!
 

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Forgot to add, I am watching the raw video directly off the card, also tried to copy the raw video on my computer's internal SSD drive, both with same results.
 

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specs are more than enough, so you have faulty drivers, have you tried MPC player?. with specs like that you should be able to play at least 2.7k , if not 4k video.

But i understand you have no graphic card at all? what is your onboard GPU spec?
 

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Asus I had and as well Dell both failed to play correctly I have a Acer on the spot it played 4k. so not sure why the issue is thre. graghics card and nvidia should be something I look into.
 

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I haven't tried anything besides playing raw video. Don't know if I have a graphics card, I'll ask my teenage kids when they get home :)

I recorded another video in 1080 and it plays just fine. And honestly I don't see much of a difference to 2.7 k for the things I am doing with it (motorcycle travel recordings). I need to get more familiar with all this, big thanks for your input!
 

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I haven't tried anything besides playing raw video. Don't know if I have a graphics card, I'll ask my teenage kids when they get home :)

I recorded another video in 1080 and it plays just fine. And honestly I don't see much of a difference to 2.7 k for the things I am doing with it (motorcycle travel recordings). I need to get more familiar with all this, big thanks for your input!
Right click on the desktop anywhere and you will see that you can get to the graphics card and nvidea there

1080P nothing wrong at all there you may be better off keeping [email protected] I personally keep [email protected] can crop in some quailty is perfect for my needs.
 
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