By Richard Harrington
GoPro Studio is a great free app that GoPro offers for people who want to organize their footage from their computer. You need to have a registered GoPro to get this app. In this course I'll walk through getting footage off of the memory card and mounted onto your computer so you can organize your footage. You will also need an SD card adapter and a USB card reader to get faster transfer speeds. You can also import the footage into Lightroom or Aperture as well, or directly off of your Finder, it all depends what’s best for your workflow. One of the benefits of using this app is that you can trim parts of clips that you don’ t want before you hit the editorial stage with the clips themselves. Learn this easy and efficient workflow that will get your footage organized in no time and explore some of the elements that GoPro Studio has to offer.
PLAYING BACK YOUR IMAGES AND FOOTAGE: TRANSFERRING TO A COMPUTER
To learn more, I’ve created an exciting new course called, Shooting with a GoPro Hero: Fundamentals for Lynda.com http://www.lynda.com/GoPro-tutorials/Transferring-computer/160403/162085-4.html
Got a GoPro? Nowadays most people either own one or have shot with one before. This course covers all of the essential skills to get you up and running to shoot with the GoPro cameras. Since we are focusing on the fundamentals, you will learn all of the steps from properly opening the GoPro box to getting it set up to cater to your shooting situation and learning all of the various mounting techniques. Whether you capture stills, video, or even time-lapse photography, you will learn an array of techniques with the GoPro Hero from me in this course. Let’s jump right in as I also share my insights on the different menus and settings so you can get shooting quickly, without fussing over controls. Follow-up courses in this series will examine different creative uses for the GoPro.