I have a GoPro Hero 11, and have saved lots of photos and videos to the Cloud, and the Quik App on my phone.
How can I get the photos/videos from the Quik App to my computer? The videos are stored in the App - not downloaded to my phone. When I go to download the videos in the app to my phone, it says I don't have enough space. This is because the app is storing the videos on the phone already --- so I'd effectively be duplicating the videos if I could save them to my phone.
What's the proper method to get the videos off my phone to my computer? If I copy/paste the video files from the hidden Android folder that stores the Quik App data, will that include everything (GPS info, etc.) that would otherwise be included on Cloud Downloaded video?
Edit: A quick review of the main issue -- Let's say I have an SD card with 100 GB free, and 100 GB Free in my Internal Storage. When I use Quik to download the videos from the physical GoPro, Quik saves these videos/photos on my internal storage in a hidden folder (I need PC access to see it). At this point, I then have to "Save to Phone", to get the video "out" of the App, onto my Phone for copy/pasting, etc. The issue here is, say I downloaded 90 GB from GoPro --- 90 GB is taken up in my internal storage, and so when I 'save to phone', it doesn't have space, because those same files are already on the internal storage. I am just looking to find out how to best avoid this ridiculous software issue and pull the video/photos/metadata/telemetry from my App or GoPro itself.