Time Lapse Mode: Advanced Settings

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In Time Lapse mode, Protune is available for Time Lapse Photo and Night Lapse Photo. For details about Protune settings, see Protune (page 22).



When this setting is turned on, all photos are captured with an accompanying .jpg image for immediate viewing on your camera or sharing with the GoPro app. RAW photos are saved as .gpr files, which are based on the Adobe .dng format. These files can be used in Adobe Camera Raw (ACR), version 9.7 or later. You can also use Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC (2015.7 release or later) and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 6 (version 6.7 or later).


In Time Lapse mode, RAW Format is available for Time Lapse Photo and Night Lapse Photo, with these exceptions:

• High Dynamic Range must be turned off.
• FOV must be set to Wide.
• Zoom must be off.
• For Time Lapse Photo, the Interval must be at least 5 seconds.
• For Night Lapse Photo, the Shutter setting must be at least 5 seconds.


The options for this setting are Off (default) and On. To access this advanced setting, see Navigating with the Touch Display (page 3).


PRO TIP: Photos in .gpr format are captured in the same location and with the same file name as .jpg files. To access them, insert your microSD card into a card reader and locate the files with your computer’s file explorer.


Table of contents

| Your HERO6 Black | Getting Started | Navigating Your GoPro | Map of Modes and Settings | Capturing Video and Photos | Settings for Your Activities | QuikCapture | Controlling Your GoPro with Your Voice | Playing Back Your Content | Using Your Camera with an HDTV | Connecting to Other Devices | Offloading Your Content | Video Mode: Capture Modes | Video Mode: Settings | Video Mode: Advanced Settings | Photo Mode: Capture Modes | Photo Mode: Settings | Photo Mode: Advanced Settings | Time Lapse Mode: Capture Modes | Time Lapse Mode: Settings | Time Lapse Mode: Advanced Settings | Advanced Controls | Connecting to an Audio Accessory | Customizing Your GoPro | Important Messages | Resetting Your Camera | Mounting | Removing the Side Door | Maintenance | Battery Information | Troubleshooting |



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