Welcome to our page! We are going to go through the main parts of of the gopro recording settings!
The best resolution for most people is 1080. If you want the best quality, choose 4k. You you are uploading to you tube, upload a 1080p. If you want to be able to choose the highest frame rate, you might need to choose 720p.
The frame can make or brake your footage. You want to use 30fps if you are just doing normal videos, and if you are doing hand held shots, you want to do 24 fps. If you want to do slow motion, 60 fps or above will be the best.
Each compatible camera model offers advanced Protune™ controls for Color, ISO Limit, Sharpness and Exposure. These advanced Protune settings provide a greater degree of control compared to the previous Protune implementation.
Note: Please ensure that your camera is updated to the latest version of camera software allow full access to Protune controls. The HERO5 and HERO Session/HERO4 Session's Protune™ controls can only be accessed when connected to a Smart Remote or the GoPro App.
Setting Explanations(*) denotes the default settings
White BalanceWhite Balance adjusts the overall color tone of videos. You can make adjustments to White Balance when shooting in Protune mode.
ISO Limit (Gain)ISO Limit provides more control in low light conditions. It adjusts the camera’s sensitivity in low-light environments, and creates a balance between brightness and resulting image noise. A higher ISO Limit will result in brighter footage, but you may experience more noise. A lower ISO Limit will result in darker footage, but will deliver reduced noise. This setting does not impact shutter speed.
To read more, visit gopro's official website.
Field Of View
For everyday shooting, you should use wide, for pov shots, you should use superview. If you want a cinematic look, use narrow.