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Thread: Go Pro Hero 7 black and Hero 10

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    Go Pro Hero 7 black and Hero 10

    Hi, I was happy as a clam using RR with my Hero 7 Black. I was able to insert GPS data on my videos without any problem. I have switched to the new Hero 10 and I get frozen GPS data. I attach the RR .csv file, to see if someone more knowledgeable than me may give me any hint on what is going on
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    I wonder if GoPro updated the way that it stores the time information on the newest video files.

    I see:

    Time,Latitude,Longitude,Altitude (m),Speed (m/s)
    ...
    1634458388.728333,41.472084,2.293035,11.321000,8.7 63000
    1634458388.783889,41.472088,2.293031,11.330000,8.8 69000
    1634458388.839444,41.472091,2.293027,11.324000,8.778000
    1634458388.895000,41.472094,2.293023,11.318000,8.762000
    1634.458386,41.472097,2.293019,11.339000,8.767000
    1634.513942,41.472101,2.293015,11.388000,8.804000
    1634.569497,41.472104,2.293011,11.419000,8.777000
    1634.625053,41.472107,2.293006,11.424000,8.876000

    I'm guessing this spot on line 12949 is where the second video starts. That change is probably causing RaceRender to not know how to handle negative time.

    Does importing the videos individually help at all? Looking at the data in RaceRender, it seems like the first half is just a line, but the second half (with the much smaller time column) seems like an actual track with movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoboBob View Post
    I wonder if GoPro updated the way that it stores the time information on the newest video files.

    I see:

    Time,Latitude,Longitude,Altitude (m),Speed (m/s)
    ...
    1634458388.728333,41.472084,2.293035,11.321000,8.7 63000
    1634458388.783889,41.472088,2.293031,11.330000,8.8 69000
    1634458388.839444,41.472091,2.293027,11.324000,8.778000
    1634458388.895000,41.472094,2.293023,11.318000,8.762000
    1634.458386,41.472097,2.293019,11.339000,8.767000
    1634.513942,41.472101,2.293015,11.388000,8.804000
    1634.569497,41.472104,2.293011,11.419000,8.777000
    1634.625053,41.472107,2.293006,11.424000,8.876000

    I'm guessing this spot on line 12949 is where the second video starts. That change is probably causing RaceRender to not know how to handle negative time.

    Does importing the videos individually help at all? Looking at the data in RaceRender, it seems like the first half is just a line, but the second half (with the much smaller time column) seems like an actual track with movement.
    Thank you, I will test it and I will maintain the thread updated

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    Quote Originally Posted by cgriell View Post
    Thank you, I will test it and I will maintain the thread updated
    I tested with the 1 of 3 file and it did the same, 3 minute GPS static data for a 15 minute video, but it worked flawlessly for the 2 of 3, so, probably the issue was for the first file. I will test tomorrow with the 3 of 3 and I will prepare a new set of files, to see if it happened once or it is systematic