Frequently Asked Questions
Most issues with settings can be solved by resetting them to defaults. Go to Advanced on bottom right and click Reset all settings to defaults.
Because Gyroflow development moves fast, and the software is constantly being updated and improved, it's possible that your Settings files can get corrupted, or contain bad data between updates. If Gyroflow fails to open, or you're having crashes on launch, you can try forcefully trashing your settings, to give Gyroflow a fresh slate:
Terminal.appand enter the following command:
rm -f $HOME/Library/Preferences/com.gyroflow-xyz.Gyroflow.plist ; killall cfprefsd
- 1.Press Windows + R on your keyboard and type
regeditor look for
Registry Editorin the Start Menu.
- 2.Go to
Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Gyroflow(enter this in the top bar and hit ENTER).
- 3.Delete the entire key.
Open Terminal and enter:
rm -f $HOME/.config/Gyroflow/Gyroflow.conf
Always make sure you have the latest GPU driver.
If your computer is older than 2016, chances are H.265/HEVC will not be available, and if it's older than 2012, H.264 may also not be available.
H.264 doesn't support 10-bit GPU encoding, and ProRes is accelerated only on M1/M2 macs.
Most likely you have Fixed camera method selected in the Stabilization section. Change to Default or use Advanced -> Reset all settings to defaults (on the bottom right).
Go to Advanced -> Device for video processing and select one starting with [wgpu]
Enable Dynamic zooming in the Stabilization section.
Most likely the window is shown outside of your monitor. You can Shift+Right click on the taskbar icon, and select Maximize to bring the window back to the visible area.
50Hz is the absolute minimum.
- GoPro uses 200Hz
- DJI & Insta360 uses 1000Hz
- Sony uses 2000Hz
Yes, you can rotate in the Video Information panel. There's an editable field called Rotation.
Simply click the little blue pencil icon, then adjust the rotation value as required.