For some time now, GoPro has been offering a small but effective video editor dedicated to its GoPro Hero 3/4/5 but not that since the Quik application is its name, it was possible to use any source video source for Edit them in the iOS app and Android and create a video with ease.
Since yesterday, GoPro has updated its Quik application with a new feature called QuikStories. Renaming his Capture application in GoPro App, which allowed him to import content from a GoPro to his smartphone, the QuikStories feature, which is currently reserved only for the GoPro Hero 5 Session and Black, allows to create automatically A video that you can share.
How does it work ? Simply by keeping his GoPro connected to his smartphone. The latter will retrieve as you go along the contents you will do and as soon as you launch the Quik application, you will be offered a “Story” of the last downloaded videos. Quik allows you to have very nice videos quickly and easily to share. Do not worry, by this process, GoPro will keep only the most recent contents of the last 7 days, which will avoid charging too much your smartphone.
And if you do not like the all-automatic, be aware that you can of course edit the video and customize it with other content. It is thus possible to add text, slow and speed effects, change filters, music and adjust the total length of the video.
“QuikStories is our biggest good forward since the invention of the GoPro itself. “Said Nick Woodman, founder and CEO of GoPro. “QuikStories is the ultimate storytelling solution our customers have been dreaming of for years. It will change everything! “
If the QuickStories feature is for GoPro Hero 5 users, there’s nothing to stop you from using the Quik application more manually, but with any video source. To learn more about QuikStories, goPro has put this page online: The Inside Line.
And nothing better than concrete examples that I have done with a Beta version during the last two weeks and which I have integrated some videos off GoPro in addition 🙂