We currently support a minimum framerate/resolutuon of:
HD: 1920 x 1080 @ 100fps
4K: 3840 x 2160 @ 60 fps
And a maximum resolution/framerate resolution of:
4K @ 120fps
We'd reccomend using the StarTech Expander hub. This means you don't have to take the SD cards out of the GoPros: LINK
You can, but make sure that audio or timecode are not stripped out during this process. you can also specify the time range in the clip you wish to process in the platform, if that's easier. See for more info.
For efficiency of processing in the cloud H.264 & H.265 are preferred.
Some cameras already have sync through timecode or genlock such as the OptiTrack Prime Colour, BlackMagic Ursa and Sony RX0II.
GoPros are asynchronous. For GoPro shoots, we reccommend performing 3 claps at the start of each take with your hands or a clapperboard. We use the peak of the audio to automatically sync the clips in the cloud. For further details, check out .
Yes - we can use it to read timecode synced clips.
As far as we are aware, Hero8 and Hero9 cannot. Please contact GoPro for further information.
Unfortunaely not. Whilst they can sync internally to themselves, they cannot interface with
This helps the system identify which clips to process and in which order. It also helps to automatically assign them to the right section of the batch upload within your session. For more info, take a look at and .