What happened to the GoPro Studio download? On their FAQ page, GoPro has posted that GoPro Studio will no longer be available to download. This free video editing platform has been completely discontinued, and is no longer bundled with the “Quik” download.
In GoPro's words, “…GoPro Studio has reached its end-of-life for support.”
Rest In Peace. Click here to read GoPro's FAQ article regarding GoPro Studio's “End of Life”.
GoPro Studio Download for Windows
If you're looking for a GoPro Studio download for Windows, it looks like this guy has a bunch of versions of GoPro Studio to download. I don't necessarily recommend doing this, but there it is if you want it. I don't see a Mac version on that page.
To be perfectly honest with you, I don't know why you'd want to continue using a piece of software that's a buggy as GoPro Studio is/was! There are lots of options out there for GoPro video editing, so if you're into that, continue reading.
Best GoPro Studio Alternatives
GoPro Studio has been buggy, crashy, and frustrating (especially for PC users) for quite awhile now, and while I was hoping they'd continue to improve the software (for the users' sake), it looks like they've done the opposite.
The good news is, there are TONS of alternative options to GoPro Studio for Mac and PC users. In fact, many free or less than $100. (The links in this post are affiliate links, and we will be compensated when you make a purchase by clicking our links. Read my disclosure policy here.)
GoPro Studio Alternatives for Mac
iMovie is free and you probably already have it on your Mac! If you're looking to get started learning iMovie, here's a great tutorial. Premiere Elements ($99 but goes on sale A LOT) I love Premiere Elements because it's set up for different levels of video editing experiences. Plus, it comes from Adobe, the creator of world-class video editing platform, Premiere Pro. Filmora from Wondershare is also a popular choice for beginners.
GoPro Studio Alternatives for Windows
Premiere Elements is also available for PC users, and this is actually my #1 favorite for PC users right now. Again, I really like Premiere Elements because it's geared for beginners but has a more advanced workflow available as well. Premiere Pro also works great for PC users! Filmora from Wondershare is also a popular choice for beginners who use Windows. Some other editors that are Windows-only include PowerDirector, Pinnacle Studio, Magix, and Vegas (which used to be a Sony platform, but it's now owned by Magix).
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So what does this mean for you if you already have GoPro Studio? It sounds like you can continue to use it. The latest version is 2.5… hopefully yours is up to date! Let me know in the comments if you're still using GoPro Studio or if you've switched to another GoPro editing platform?