GoPro has just released an update to its editing program, Quik, which allows users to overlay speed, distance, elevation and other ride data on videos.
This telemetry overlay relies on the GoPro Hero 5 Black’s on-board GPS. This option is available anytime you’re recording video with the GPS turned on. Unfortunately, it's only available to Hero 5 Black owners, since other GoPro models do not have built-in GPS receivers.
The overlay displays stats on your activities in the four corners of the screen. Users have the option to turn on or off information overlays to suit their preferences.
The upper right corner is home to the info cluster, which displays distance traveled in miles or kilometers, altitude, elevation gain/loss, date and time.
Speed is displayed is the lower left alongside a compass and a G-force gauge.
The lower right quadrant is home to a speed graph that charts changes in speed over the course of an activity.
A GPS course in the upper left corner rounds out the display.
This addition to the desktop version of Quik is live for downloading now.
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