Disclaimer: This is a guest post by Ninel De La Cruz, who’s part of the VSDC team. However, we have tried to keep the article as objective and as unbiased as possible when mentioning all the products.
A couple of months ago GoPro confirmed the end-of-life for its free video editor Studio. A quick look at GoPro community forums shows that the news made most talked about action camera owners confused and frustrated. In this post we’ll clarify what exactly happened, and what you should do, depending on which user category you fall into.
What happened to GoPro Studio?
It may not be the most pleasant piece of news to read, but Studio has reached its end-of-life for support. Studio video editor used to appear as an add-on to Quik – the software you download to extract media files from a GoPro camera, store and organize them on your computer. Quik allows for some very basic editing – such as trimming files – yet, it was Studio you’d rely on for a more complex post-production process. Technically, from now on Studio isn’t bundled with Quik, so GoPro owners are left with no