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How To Extract Photos From GoPro Videos With Capture App

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In this little tutorial I will show you how to grab images from your GoPro videos using the GoPro Capture App.

Step 1 – Connect The Camera: To start the process of grabbing a photo you first will have to power up your GoPro and connect your smart phone to the GoPro’s WiFi. Once connected launch the GoPro Capture App.

Step 2 – Load Media: At the bottom of the Capture App click on the icon to load the media that is stored on the GoPro’s memory card.

 

Step 3 – Select Media: At this point we are now going to select the video that we would like to grab a photo still from. Click on the video of your choice a proceed to next step.

 

Step 4 – Find The Frame: Now that we have our video loaded we need to find the frame that we would like to extract as a photo. Use the play and pause button to find the perfect spot. Pause the video on the frame you would like to extract as a photo and click on the grab photo button. See image below.

 

Step 5 – Confirm Selection: Once you have selected the frame you will come to a screen that will show you a preview of the image you are about to extract. If you are not happy you can hit cancel and grab a different one, if you like what you see you can now click on the next button at the top.

 

Step 6 –  Save To Camera Roll: Now that you have grabbed the photo you like from your GoPro video it’s now time to save it to your phone’s camera roll. You do so by clicking the save to camera roll button (see image below). At this point you can also share it to social media if you wish to do so.

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GoPro Hero 6 Black Drive-Lapse Interval Comparison

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Last year I made a video comparing different intervals when creating a drive-lapse (Driving Timelapse) with the Hero 5 Black. I decided to make an updated video using the Hero 6 Black as it is summer time and there are going to be many hitting the roads and adventuring this summer. This is a good resource to see how different intervals effect the look of your finished drive-lapse. In the test video I used intervals of .5 second, 1 second, 2 second and 5 second. You will notice in the video that the .5 second and 1 second intervals are most appealing and pleasing to the eye. The 2 second and 5 second intervals can look a bit jumpy.

With that said, there is definitely some uses for the higher intervals. For example if you are going on a long road trip and want to time-lapse it, using a low interval will leave you with a very long video when your done. A 5 second interval will leave you with a much more dramatic video that is shorter and won’t bore you viewers.

Filmed on a GoPro Hero 6 Black: https://amzn.to/2KrQPZu

 

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Beginners Guide To LumaFusion | Mobile Video Editing On Your iPad

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Welcome to our beginners guide to LumaFusion. LumaFusion is a great mobile video editing app for those who want to edit GoPro, Drone and Smart Phone footage on their mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads. Not only is LumaFusion a powerful feature rich video editor that can handle 3 tracks of 4K video, it is also great for new users as it has a simple clean interface that is easy to learn.

In this video we cover all the basics to get you up and running and publishing your very first video. Some of the subjects we cover include.

  • The user interface of LumaFusion
  • Opening existing projects and starting a brand new project.
  • Browsing and previewing media on your device.
  • Trimming and adding video to you timeline.
  • cutting, splitting and deleting media from your timeline.
  • Adding and adjusting transitions to your videos
  • editing the audio properties of your videos.
  • adding music to you project.
  • Creating and editing titles.
  • Color correcting videos in your timeline.
  • Exporting your video to your camera roll.

Stay tuned as we will be creating more LumaFusion tutorials soon covering advance editing techniques.

The equipment I use for mobile editing.

10.5 iPad Pro: https://amzn.to/2JyLSJt
Apple Pencil: https://amzn.to/2JvJUt3
Apple Card Reader: https://amzn.to/2I4McQD
Wireless Hard Drive: https://amzn.to/2KeDWy5
Rode VideoMic Me: https://amzn.to/2r3c9Zm

The Equipment I film with.

GoPro Hero 6 Black: https://amzn.to/2LchoOX
FeiyuTech G6: https://amzn.to/2IlCiJo
Mavic Air (DJI Website) https://goo.gl/t74LaQ
Mavic Air (Amazon) http://amzn.to/2EccQaM

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