GSAC0857.jpgas an example):
GS: always the same. Can be used to identify a photo taken on the MAX.
AC: each time you start and stop the timelapse the latter will increase by one (
.360: a GoPro proprietary video format. This holds the raw video and telemetry. It can only be read by GoPro software, and needs to be processed into another video format for use elsewhere (see following steps). This is the file you'll need for processing.
.LRV: stands for Low-Resolution Video. These are what you’re actually seeing through the GoPro app when you play back the video.
.THM: stands for Thumbnail. It’s a small image file that’s 160 by 120 pixels. It’s what you see in the GoPro app as the thumbnails to visually represent each video file.
GS010135.360as an example):
GS: always the same. Can be used to identify a video taken on the MAX.
01: (first 2 digits) the camera breaks videos longer than 8 min 2 seconds into separate files. Increases by one with each 8 min 2 seconds recorded. For example, a 19 minute video would be split into 3 files (
0135increases by one with each new video shot.
.mp4file in the output directory specified.