maybe an application like gopro studio is important to anyone else? like to have an app for linux/mac/win for:
- downloading videos
- updating goggles
- format card
- settings editor (mentioned before) for image-presets
- live view/recording/streaming
btw. how is it possible to stream from the goggles, when wifi have no internet? the wifi module needs to connect to a hotspot, not providing a hotspot.
you could do this now running bluestacks (android emulator) but it would be nice to have an offical windows/mac application to use along side the mobile one.
as for the streaming from googles if i understand what you mean correctly the FPV.Connect will be able to live stream via the wifi hotspot it creates it shouldn't need an internet connection to transfer data this way.
i'm on linux no windows machine at all. maybe access to mac os, but emulating android for using an app on a pc/notebook doesn't make sense at all!
maybe the app can do "magical dynamic stretching" if it's running on any system!?
Yeah, thought about the same things - nice you suggested it though!
Would be nice if this was possible!
Regarding your last sentence - this will probably not happen. I asked about that in this thread:
I was unable to get it to work on Bluestacks. Not sure if thats a theory or you have it working. Even transferred the APK from my phone and installed it manually.
tried all emulators for linux, none worked acceptable for any application - except: angry birds...well...that's why they all exist though
"how is it possible to stream from the goggles, when wifi have no internet? the wifi module needs to connect to a hotspot, not providing a hotspot."
The module will stream the video to the app. The app will stream to any platform through your mobile data. 99% of time you won't have a free wifi available so I think this choice makes sense.
No speculation from my side. I am pretty sure it's the only technically possible way on how it can be done with this kind of architecture.