An Important Message from GoPro

GoPro continuously evolves the products and services we offer. These innovations mean that we periodically transition away from selling or servicing certain hardware or software products. In order to focus on other software products and services, including the free version of GoPro Studio available here, GoPro has ended development of GoPro Studio Premium and Professional. Beginning June 1, 2015, these titles will no longer be available for sale on CineForm.com.

GoPro will continue to provide support to users who have purchased a license for Premium and Pro, up until Dec 31, 2015. Support will be limited to answering questions related to workflows. GoPro will not be creating new builds to address bugs, support new operating systems, or to support new graphics cards. If you have support related questions, click here to contact customer support or use one of the links below.

This table describes the end-of-life milestones, definitions, and dates for the affected products.

Milestone Definition Date
End of life date The date the document that announces the end of sale and end of life of a product is distributed to the general public. April 28, 2015
End of sale date The last date to order the product. The product is no longer for sale after this date. June 1, 2015
End of support date The last date the product is supported by GoPro via website, phone or email. December 31, 2015


FAQs

What is the final version of GoPro Studio Premium and Professional?

GoPro Studio Premium and Professional version 2.0.1 build 319, released in January of 2014, is the most recent and final version.

Is the CineForm codec supported in Adobe Products?

GoPro Studio Premium and Professional include CineForm codec plugins for Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. Adobe Creative Cloud 2014.1 releases of After Effects, Premiere Pro, and Adobe Media Encoder all ship with native CineForm encode and decode. For more information, please visit Adobe.com here.

Does the free version of Studio support 4K editing?

On Windows, 4K compatibility is included on the latest version of GoPro Studio, available for free here.

Does the free version of Studio include the same codec features as Premium and Pro?

On Windows, the ability to encode into the GoPro CineForm codec at 10-bit 4:2:2, 4:4:4 and 4:4:4:4 color depth using third party applications is included in the latest version of GoPro Studio. The Filmscan 1 and Filmscan 2 quality settings are also available. On Windows systems, this support is currently limited to Video for Windows encoding tools with DirectShow support coming soon.

How long will support be provided for GoPro Studio Premium and Pro?

GoPro will continue to provide support to users who have purchased a license for Premium and Pro, up until Dec 31, 2015. Support will be limited to answering questions related to workflows. GoPro will not be creating new builds to address bugs, support new operating systems, or to support new graphics cards. If you have support related questions, click here to contact customer support or use one of the links below.

Helpful Support Links

To DOWNLOAD the FREE version of GoPro Studio, click here.
To DOWNLOAD a legacy GoPro CineForm product, click here.
To ACTIVATE your GoPro CineForm product, click here.
To DEACTIVATE your GoPro CineForm product, click here.
To view the support KNOWLEDGE BASE, click here.
To open a SUPPORT REQUEST, click here.