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Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by gglass, May 14, 2016.

  1. gglass

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    It's taken a while to get used to flying the P3 Pro, but I think I have made the transition from having to "see" it, to relying on the screens... First edited video..

    Any advice welcome, I think I need to edit shorter clips together as a first point..

    All the best
    Graham
     
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    nice job looks great.. I made a couple videos using a bunch of short clips added together with some transitions and It looks pretty good. I'm still learning .
     
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    I used the go app to edit this one, Quality was off a little
     
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  4. gglass

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    Looks good, more interest than my vid with shorter clips. I use Filmora - it's a great app that cost me $49. Easy to drop in clips & do smooth transitions etc... Cheers Graham
     
  5. gvsukids

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    You posted in the standard forum, there is a pro forum different than here; but thanks for the video.


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    I thought that FAA regulations specify that one has to keep their drone within line of sight of the operator. I might be wrong about this but just throwing it out there. I have seen another video on this sight where a guy was chasing sea gulls with his drone and thought it was ok because he thought sea gulls were like rats. I guess people do dumb things with any kind of equipment not just drones.


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    No such thing as a 'sea gull' but gulls are like rats are they not? Along with Pigeons.


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  8. Mark The Droner

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    Not exactly. See AC 91-57A.