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Aerial video shot with Pahntom v1 with Zenmuse H3-2D

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Miika, Jun 11, 2014.

  1. Miika

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    Here's my take on aerial videos. The video is shot with Phantom v1.1.1, Zenmuse H3-2D and GoPro Hero 3+ Black. I used Adobes Warp Stabilizer to post-stabilize the image.

    The aerial video is from Finnish city called Lieksa.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuwJ2DZJJH0
     
  2. chuddly

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    Very nice! Great flying and scenery! Thanks for sharing it
     
  3. DroneRookie

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    Agreed. Very scenic.
    Edited with GoPro studio + AE? Camera settings?
     
  4. Miika

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    The editing could had been done in GoPro Studio, excluding the post-stabilization that I did in Premiere Pro with Warp Stabilizer. I edited the video in Premiere Pro... I had few ideas that used AfterEffects that I actually tried, but removed from the finished video. The ending "title" fades away too fast :D as I added it in the last minute before rendering and was hurrying. I used fast color corrector in Premiere Pro to adjust the whitebalance a little bit and some adjustments with the level of white and balck besides the actual WB itself.

    The only thing that I'm missing now is the 3-axis gimbal. It bothers me a bit that theres just enough wobbling sideways with the 2D gimbal that I have need to post-stabilize almost every shot to make it look "pro" enough. Although I've seen a lot of videos shot with 3 axis gimbal that would need post-stabilization too.

    GoPro settings:
    res: 2.7k
    fps: 25
    fov: medium
    low light: n/a
    Protune: on
    Whitebalance: auto
    Gopro Color
    ISO LIMIT 1600
    Sharpness: high
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