VideoSport & VideoPro iPhone App Support

VideoSportVideoSport

FAQs

VideoSport AppI use VideoSport. It shows it recording but there is never anything saved. I have tons of free space and no videos stored.

Click Settings > Privacy > Photos > Yes to VideoSport.

Is there a solution to start and stop a video when the phone is mounted to my helmet? Is there an app that works with the volume buttons and provides audio feedback (beeps or sounds) to tell you when it’s recording?

The VideoSport app has a large record icon and timer that make it easy to see when filming has begun. If the camera is mounted on a helmet, the camera should be activated before it is placed on the user’s head.

I just replayed my videos and it wound up shooting everything upside down.

The video being up-side-down is simple to fix. The iPhone will record video based on the orientation of the phone when you hit record. Therefore if you have the phone one way, hit record, then put it in the case it can be 90 or 180 degrees off. The video that is up-side-down can be easily flipped in 2 seconds using iMovie.


VideoProVideoPro

FAQs

VideoProI use VideoPro. It shows it recording but there is never anything saved. I have tons of free space and no videos stored.

Click Settings > Privacy > Photos > Yes to VideoPro.

How do I activate the Data Overlay?

  1. Open the VideoPro app.
  2. Select the video you want to overlay from the Recordings List
  3. Under the thumbnail of the “Raw Video” you will see a button that says “Overlay” – Press that button.
  4. The app will process the information and re-import the footage into your camera roll. This process can take several minutes depending on your video length. IMPORTANT – Wait until you are done filming for the day before you start the overlay process.

Is there a limit to the size of the files that will work with the overlay?

As far as the overlay it does take substantially more space on the phone than recording alone. We like to say roughly double. If you’re shooting 24 mins in 1080p then you have some big files to crunch. We have had 15 min videos take 20 mins to overlay. Unfortunately we have not found a good work around for this time delay yet. Our suggestion would be to make sure you have enough space on the phone then leave the overlay to run for a long period of time. If you’re still having problem let us know and we can work on this more.

Is there a solution to start and stop a video when the phone is mounted to my helmet? Is there an app that works with the volume buttons and provides audio feedback (beeps or sounds) to tell you when it’s recording?

The VideoPro app has a large record icon and timer that make it easy to see when filming has begun. If the camera is mounted on a helmet, the camera should be activated before it is placed on the user’s head.

I just replayed my videos and it wound up shooting everything upside down.

The video being up-side-down is simple to fix. The iPhone will record video based on the orientation of the phone when you hit record. Therefore if you have the phone one way, hit record, then put it in the case it can be 90 or 180 degrees off. The video that is up-side-down can be easily flipped in 2 seconds using iMovie.