Adding a GoPro Camera

Adding a GoPro Camera

  1. Pair the GoPro 8,9 or 10 with Windows via Bluetooth on the computer. Bluetooth Pairing in Windows
  2. Once paired go to Booth then Global Setting and then Device Control and click on the Bluetooth Icon

  3. Select each device one at a time and then wait for that to display in the Bluetooth window. When it does select and choose OK.

  4. The controls for each devise will appear at the top. You can then add the item in the Booth phase area for when the devise needs to come on, etc.

  5. For the GoPro once the Bluetooth is connected, the Booth app will prompt to join the GoPro Wifi and display the SSID and Password. Once joined the camera settings will display in the Camera tab.

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