With a HERO8, as with previous GoPro action cams, GPS and other metadata are recorded with the movie you shoot and embedded in the resulting MP4 files. A few years ago, GoPro added the ability to add this telemetric data to its editing app in the form of gauges that you can choose to show as overlays on the resulting movie, but you can’t extract the metadata and use it as you wish from within their app. Unless you buy software like GoPro Telemetry Extractor Premium, which allows you to do pretty much anything you want with a HERO’s metadata.
An outliner, who needs them these days with iOS apps that let you write anything from free text to outlines with a stylus? Well, if you’re someone who likes to get some order in the chaos of his mind, there’s more to outlining than adding words with a checkbox in front of, or indenting lines of text. In fact, if you’ve tried OmniOutliner Pro you’ll realise it can help you organise even relatively complex projects.
A movie that has a story to tell — in contrast with most Youtube movies, that don’t get any further than the videoclip stage — needs to be planned ahead. It requires a written story that tells where each character will be at any specific time, the design of the rooms, the location, etc. To sell the movie to a producer or even at a later stage, it helps if a storyboard exists. A storyboard usually shows an animated timeline translating the script so people can have a better idea as to what the movie will look like. StoryBoard Artist 7 is a storyboard application specifically developed for movies.