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The new GoPro app pulls footage from your camera to create video clips automatically

Sharing your experiences is now easy thanks to QuikStories, a new GoPro app feature that automatically pulls footage from a Hero5 camera and creates ready-to-share videos on your phone.

QuikStories are shareable videos featuring customisable music, filters, and effects

Nicholas Woodman, GoPro founder says, “QuikStories is our biggest leap forward since the invention of the GoPro itself.

“QuikStories is the simple storytelling solution our customers have been dreaming about for years, It’s an absolute game changer.”

Making a QuikStory is as simple as pairing a Hero5 camera to your phone and launching the GoPro App.

Then kick back as the app automatically copies your most recent GoPro footage to your phone and creates a video for you.

Customizing a QuikStory is apparently also easy, users can add text, slow motion and speed effects, change filters and music, adjust the total video length and more.

Additionally, any footage on your phone can be added to a QuikStory video.

QuikStories is now available for Hero5 Black and Hero5 Session users.

The app is available on both the Apple Store and Google Play.

GoPro manufactures cameras aiming to make it easy for people to celebrate and share experiences. 

They build cameras, software and accessories that help the world share itself in immersive and exciting ways.

Primarily sports focussed GoPro cameras are immensely popular and the company has a long track record of delivering high-quality products.

The Hero5 Black is the company's most powerful GoPro yet, thanks to its 4K video, voice control, one-button simplicity, touch display and waterproof design.

The Hero5 session combines 4K video, one-button simplicity and voice control all in a small, waterproof design.

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