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Wishlist for TomTom Bandit Studio

ArieHArieH Posts: 9 [Master Explorer]
edited January 2019 in TomTom Bandit Studio BETA
I use my Bandit for short clips (1 to 3 minutes) of my sailing students. I film over a period of 2-5 days and after each day I import the clips to Studio. At home I want to make a clip for each student and send it by email or WhatsApp. I also review the (unedited) clips each day with my students.

I would like to have the following possibilities in Studio:
* very basic editing tools for clips (cut beginning, middle piece or end)
* control the resulting file size for sharing
* if TomTom sticks to the philosophy of turning highlights into stories (instead of the ability to edit the original file):
- the ability to separate highlights that belong to other stories (one story for each student)
- control the length of the highlight (not maxed out to 16 secs), so that an entire clip of 3 minute can be a highlight


  • tomdean79tomdean79 Posts: 1 [Apprentice Traveler]
    I've just bought a TomTom bandit and have a couple of features that I think it is really missing.

    1 - Already picked out on this forum but an easy ability to save an entire video with the sensor metrics (GPS, Speed, Altitude, G Force) imposed on the video would be great. I've done this by dragging the highlights but this takes a long time to do.

    2 - Software stabilisation of the videos would be great built into the Bandit Studio application. I am able to use other applications to stabilise the videos, however once I do I then can't utilise the sensor metrics.
  • lampardlampard Posts: 5,717 Moderator
    Hi tomdean79,

    Welcome to the Community!

    I've logged your feedback as an improvement request for Bandit Studio and camera for the product team to review. :)

  • GeronimopGeronimop Posts: 1 [Apprentice Traveler]
    use studio (laptop screen) as viewer for the camera
  • AltenburgerAltenburger Posts: 2 [Apprentice Traveler]
    edited March 2020
    We have been using Filmore wondershare webpage for editing: text overlays, fancy transitions and more effects

    Hello, we used the point-of-view cameras at the event and Bandit Studio for basic editing. So we created highlights of moments and bookmark links that allowed us to quickly move to the preferable timestamp of the video. These clips and moments were later discussed by teachers in the follow-up interviews.
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