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I have down loaded the gopro stuido and I was trying to view

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I have down loaded the gopro stuido and I was trying to view and edit the video I took but the sound and the video are not together the video is choppy and wont run through with out sticking evry couple seconds
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Camera and Video
Expert:  Pete replied 1 year ago.
Hi there! If you are experiencing choppy or broken up playback when viewing your GoPro videos, this will usually come down to the computer not being able to process the data of the large HD video files fast enough. There are a few things you can try that should help clear up the choppy playback issue you’re seeing on your computer:1. Make sure you copy your videos to your computer’s hard drive from your camera’s SD card before you play them back. Playing back videos from your SD card can result in choppy playback.2. Play back your videos with VLC Media Player. This is a free program that doesn’t take up a lot of resources to run on your computer. This means that your computer can focus more on playing back your videos smoothly. You can download VLC Media Player from https://www.videolan.org/ Let me know if you need anything else :) Pete.

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