You Can Now Control Your GoPro Camera From the Apple Watch [Video]

You Can Now Control Your GoPro Camera From the Apple Watch [Video]

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GoPro has released an update to its iOS app that brings support for the Apple Watch letting users preview shots, control their camera, and add HiLight Tags all from their wrist.

The GoPro App makes it easy to control your camera remotely, view your photos and videos and share your favorites. (1) You can adjust camera settings and use your phone or tablet as a viewfinder to frame the perfect shot. Trim videos to create short clips (2) or pull high-quality still images from your videos for easy sharing. (1) HiLight Tag allows you to mark key moments while recording so they’re easier to find later. (3) You can also watch the GoPro Channel and wirelessly update your camera software for the best performance. (4)



Key Features
• New: Pull high-quality still images from your videos for easy sharing.
• New: Now compatible with Apple Watch®—preview shots, control your camera(5) and add HiLight Tags
• Create short video clips and share them to Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and more(1)
• Get full remote control of all camera functions
• See what your camera sees with live preview for easy shot-framing
• Mark key moments while recording with HiLight Tag(3)
• View HiLight Tags in your GoPro Camera Roll for easy playback of your video highlights(3)
• View your photos and play back your videos(1)
• Copy and save photos and videos(1) to your phone or tablet
• Browse and delete files on your camera’s microSD card
• Watch the GoPro Channel and get your fix of the best GoPro videos from across the globe
• View the GoPro Photo of the Day
• Wirelessly update your camera software(4)

What's New In This Version:
The GoPro App has made it even easier to organize and share your best moments by adding Apple Watch compatibility, simple ways to browse your media, and the ability to grab still photos from videos that are still on your camera.

New and Improved:
+ Now compatible with Apple Watch: Preview shots, control your camera, and add HiLight Tags all from your watch.
+ Pull still images from videos: Quickly flip through a video frame-by-frame to find that epic moment and download a high-quality still image.
+ Find your media faster: Locate that awesome shot by filtering your media to display only photos, videos, HiLights, or clips.
+ Nearly everything is viewable on iOS: Enjoy your shot on the spot with a generated preview that allows you to view high frame-rate video on your phone.

Known Issues:
+ Occasionally, cameras have trouble maintaining the date a piece of media was taken. Some creation dates may be incorrect or missing. Media on camera may appear out of order as a result.
+ Grabbing a photo can take a long time on some cameras, particularly the HERO2 and HERO3 models. Other cameras may be occasionally sluggish when flipping through video frames to grab a photo.
+ Some video formats aren't viewable. iPhone 4s, iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c can't generate preview videos for some video formats. We recommend shooting in 1080 at 30 fps for easy playback.
+ Downloading 4K video. 4K videos taken on a GoPro are not downloadable or clippable. Even though iPhone 6s supports 4k video, the high quality of GoPro's 4k video unfortunately isn't supported by the iPhone. We recommend shooting in 1080p at 30 fps for easy sharing, clipping and downloading.

In the Works:
+ We’re working on improvements for managing your HiLights on iOS (currently, videos downloaded from the camera don’t preserve HiLights).
+ We’re working on offering the same filtered views for both on-camera media and media downloaded to your phone.

You can download GoPro App from the App Store for free.

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