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Examples of using P2V footage in videos

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by ShawnSmith, May 17, 2014.

  1. ShawnSmith

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    I would love to see more examples of people mixing their aerial footage with other video. To kick it off here is a video I made with some family footage I filmed on my Canon T3I in 720p and aerial footage from my stock P2V in 1080i.

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDs4UwdmbmU[/youtube]

    I down res'd the P2V footage to 720. Edited in Adobe Premiere and After Effects. I actually prefer stabilizing and re-timing in After Effects. I am patiently waiting for my rotorpixel gimbal... but until then making due with software stabilization. Excited to hear your comments and see your work!
     
  2. Happyflyer

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    Nice! Well done!
     
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    very nice. Very refreshing. Got sucked in to it. Felt like I was watching a Hallmark commercial or something..so well done. Thx for sharing.

    James
     
  4. peterlindsay

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    well done, what are you doing your editing with (software)
     
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  6. ShawnSmith

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    I am editing in Premiere Pro CC. And most stabilizing and effects in After Effects. I love Adobe Creative Cloud for this work. You have all the tools you need, even photoshop which can come in handy for fisheye removal. I have done some of my older videos in Final Cut Pro 7 and Motion... but I definitely prefer the results from Adobe CC.