Unfortunately I’ve never been able to get it to work with Street View!
It appears that StreetView will only accept MP4 and MOV file formats (even though it allows you to select and upload .360 files, and then gives you an error saying ‘failed upload’ afterwards!).
Using the Go Pro Player app to export the .360 files to an MP4, it will not export the GPMF data. No matter which encoding format I choose, the ‘Retain GPMF data’ box cannot be selected. So when I try to upload the MP4, StreetView says ‘No GPS data’. I know the GPS data is in the raw .360 file, because I can see a correct location track when trying to upload the raw .360 file (although it won’t accept this file format, as mentioned).
It’s driving me absolutely crazy. I’ve tried contacting Go Pro support, but they have sent me useless replies which don’t answer the question at all! When I asked them again in very clear English: no reply.
Does anyone on here have a simple solution to this GPS data export problem, or am I going to have to put my Go Pro in a drawer and abandon it?
Thanks Saigon. That seems like absolute madness. Do Go Pro not realise that most people don’t have / can’t afford a Mac? Is there a specific reason that they’re deliberately disadvantaging the majority Windows users, I wonder?
Thanks Evilbunny. I discovered these separately yesterday and managed to extract a GPX file from my videos, to upload into StreetView. It gave me a warning “The timestamps of the GPX files and the GPS track in the video don’t match” (or words to that effect), but it did accept the video and GPX for upload and is now ‘processing’, probably for a few days. Do you know if this issue prevents the processing completing, or is it all OK? The timestamps will never match, after all!
Hi @cyberbub - we hope you’re able to resolve your Street View problem. Have you also tried uploading the .360 files from the Go Pro Max to Mapillary with the desktop uploader? You just drag them in, and they should be uploaded correctly: Desktop Uploader
Recently, I upload some 360 time lapse 0.5s (.360) with Mapillary Mac uploader but I don’t get 5.6k but only 4096 x 2048 which mean those image get compressed?. I’ve seen plenty of GoPro MAX users around the world can upload with full 5.6k resolution. Could you spread some help?
@saigongiadinh1698 I can confirm I’m seeing what you’re seeing for GoPro Max video as well, and @tao and I will look at this together. We’ll post here when we have an update. (For the record running exiftool on the video returns “Image Size: 4096x1344”)