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little video I made

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by FCS-04, Aug 29, 2015.

  1. FCS-04

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    Quick Imovie I threw together, no color correction or anything. I've had my p3p for a week now and although it's not my first rc it is my first quad, really trying to work on my gimbal work and flying then I'll start using manual controls on the camera.
    My only complaint so far is the write speed of the camera, you can see the effects of this on the washboard roof.
     
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  2. tcope

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    Nice. However, no more saying "imovie".
     
  3. RoyVa

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    Not bad at all. Smooth flying and nice scenery changes that keep ones interest.
     
  4. FCS-04

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    ??

    Thanks. There will be more to come with actual editing and I can only hope my flight and filming skills get better.
     
  5. Are you talking about the "herring bone" effect on the tin roof?
    That could be an interference pattern that the roof and camera are generating.
    Does you P3 have the 4k camera?
     
  6. FCS-04

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    Not so much the herringbone effect but the chopping. Almost like you would see with a low hz led tv in a panning shot.
    All this was shot at 1080
     
  7. unclejas

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    I just watched your vid in 1080p on my iPhone 6+. I'm not seeing any choppiness. Video is smooth. I do see moiré on the roof. Lots of tutorials on Vimeo and YouTube about how to remove or at least reduce.