Update August 2019
A reader dropped me a line to say this doesn’t to work for him, some time went by but I finally got round to looking into this, and surprise! I found it no longer worked for me either :(
So I had a poke around and I’ve found a new
ffmpeg command which seems to work for me. I’ve updated the command shown below.
I’ve been using our GoPro quite a bit this summer which the kids have really enjoyed. I also recently got myself a DJI Spark, which is also great fun.
However I really wanted to be able to import the Spark videos into the new GoPro Quik desktop app because it makes short work of turning a load of clips into short snappy videos. Sadly it only offers to import videos originating from the GoPro.
I figured there are only so many ways the software can check to determine if a given file was made by a GoPro or not, so I got to poking around and after about half an hour I found a solution which works on all my current DJI video files.
If you run this ffmpeg command on any a DJI video (although it probably works for iPhone or other videos), it adds the magic field that Quik looks for, and then it happily imports the video.
ffmpeg -i dji-video.mp4 \ -map_metadata \ -1 \ -codec copy \ -metadata:s handler="GoPro AVC encoder" \ -metadata:s handler_name=" GoPro AVC" \ gopro-video.mp4
I know almost nothing about the millions of options ffmpeg accepts, so this is mostly copy and paste from various google searches, but it works fine from what I can tell!
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