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GoPro FX reframe plugin for premier when using Insta360 videos

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Aug 31, 2020

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Whats the proper sequence to install GoPRo FX reframe plugin for Pp and edit Insta360 One X raw video with it? Im not finding the plugin in Pp when loading raw footage, nor wirth older videos. 

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GoPro FX reframe plugin for premier when using Insta360 videos

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Whats the proper sequence to install GoPRo FX reframe plugin for Pp and edit Insta360 One X raw video with it? Im not finding the plugin in Pp when loading raw footage, nor wirth older videos. 

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Did the plugin not come with an installer? If that's the case then you may need to manually add the plugin to the correct system folder; are you Mac or PC?

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Sep 01, 2020

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Thank you for your reply.

I am running a new pc with i9 10th gen 10xxx..

I installed the Gopro FX Reframe directly from Gopro site. Showed it was saved into the Adobe files,

I'm not finding the add-on under Pr Window-Extensions either.

According to Insta360, the plugin should allow raw .INSV to be inserted to PR and edit the 360° footage.

Maybe I'm missing something obvious?

Note: I reloaded Pr this evening, along with the Insta360 app and Go pro FX extension.

 

 

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Sep 01, 2020

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GoproFX reframe appears to be an EFFECT, not an Extension. So you won't find it in the Extensions menu; search in the Effects tab for it and it should be there.

 

And you need to install the Insta360 STUDIO 2020 software from Insta360 to allow Premiere to import .insv files. That's not what the GoPro plugin is for, it's a separate plugin for manipulating the 360 shots once you've imported them.

 

HTH,

JVK

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Sep 01, 2020

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The GoPro FX Reframe is in fact an effect and can be found in the effects panel if you do a search or if you look inside "video effects" and then "GoPro FX". Just drag and drop onto your footage and then go into the Effect Controls panel to control the pan/tilt/zoom etc. Should work on all 360 footage no matter the source camera.

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Sep 02, 2020

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Thank you. I will look at that right away. 

 

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Sep 15, 2020

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I properly downloaded GoPro FX Reframe with an installer, it is found on my Mac in the Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/Plug-ins/7.0/MediaCore/GoPro folder as OCFX.plugin but when I open Premiere Pro 2020 the plugin is not appearing in the Effects panel at all. 

 

I am running High Sierra on my Mac. 

 

Any suggestions to get it to appear?? I'm about to ask for a refund on Premiere Pro

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Sep 15, 2020

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This is a problem for GoPro to solve as it's their plugin. This has happened in the past too and they took FOREVER to put out a new version that worked with Premiere... You may find that it's GoPro that sucks at app support, not Premiere, after you search around a bit. The only suggestion I might make, as I have a Windows maching and uninstalled from my Mac a long time ago, is to downgrade Premiere, try to install the plugin (which should succeed hopefully..) then upgrade premiere again. I have the plugin on my computer for a while back and it has never gone away while doing updates to Premiere. It's that pesky installation process that doesn't seem to stick.

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Sep 15, 2020

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Thank you so much man. I will give that a try. Definitely seems to be a GoPro app problem!

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