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after 3 months, finally 1st video

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Michael Judd, Oct 5, 2016.

  1. Michael Judd

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    Been reading everything I can on the p4 and adobe premiere pro. After months of practicing (both) finally got some footage and after 6 hours of editing took 5 hours of video down to 5 minutes. Learning the p4 was easy, learning premiere pro may take a little longer but heres my first shot at it. Filmed in 2.7 at 24fps with nd16 polar pro filter. Rendered in 1080HD.
    be sure to watch in 1080

     
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  2. ryantrax

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    Cool location! What happened to the sky at 2:30? Looks like it changes color when you turn, were you using a CPL filter (Circular Polarizing Filter)? Or maybe your Adobe Premiere filters are adding to much color saturation?
    Looks like a fun place to fly!
     
  3. Michael Judd

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    Thanks, 1st mistake. that part of the sequence was shot at lower resolution, I did nothing to it but cut it from the original and place in the timeline. So no post on that clip. I didnt catch it until after exported and uploaded to youtube. As I said, learning post production is a lot harder than just shooting video and posting it. But at least I am on the right path, and it is half the fun :)
     
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    Great video. Really enjoyed it and subed you channel
     
  5. ryantrax

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    Yes it is! Premiere Pro is definitely an awesome program but not the easiest one to learn.

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  6. Michael Judd

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    Thanks Southern, as you can see, just getting started