That's a good idea. It seems gopro support is no help. They said my graphics card (Intel hd3000) is not good enough and that's causing my problems. On their site they RECOMMEND at least an hd4000 FOR 4k EDITING. I'm only editing 1080p. And it worked fine before.I always go back to older ver on cnet.com and point many people there.
What graphics card do you have? I already updated mine and studio has been inconsistent as to wether it will work or not. It's quite temperamental.I recently had tons of problems with the current and 2 previous versions of GP Studio. I installed them one after the other and each didn't work when they previously had. I tried everything except messing with my graphics card. I figured that it worked fine before so it shouldn't be the problem now. Having believed I exhausted all other options I did the downloaded the latest driver from the card's manufacturer and manually uninstalled the driver already in my system. It's been working great ever since!
I honestly have no idea! I just followed some instructions I found online and it's worked perfectly ever since. The instructions were clear that if updating did not work, then the driver should be uninstalled and then a new one downloaded and installed.What graphics card do you have? I already updated mine and studio has been inconsistent as to wether it will work or not. It's quite temperamental.
Woah you can go back to an older version!! Thanks man. I enjoy converting my video to AVI via GoPro studio because it is less compressed and easier for premiere. But since 2.5 they switched to cfd ( or something like that) code and it's only for cineiform so premiere can't open those files.I always go back to older ver on cnet.com and point many people there.