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P3 Pro Test Edit Video

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Cody L. Williams, May 13, 2015.

  1. Cody L. Williams

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    Did a quick edit with some footage I did last weekend. Only have one battery so I had limited resources available. No crazy shots, just some scenery I thought looked pretty cool

     
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    What software do you use?
    What was the source video format?
    I like the over the cliff and landing shadow shots
     
  3. Cody L. Williams

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    Thx. I had some nice orbit shots of some of the trees etc too but they were a little too wobbly in terms of my piloting of them so I passed on them.

    This was just shot at 1080p to save space on the sd card I had. Videos were in MP4 as I believe those file sizes are smaller too. I think MOV format looks a little better in terms of overall quality though.

    Edited and color corrected in Adobe Premiere CC
     
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    Nice! What font is that at the end?
     
  6. Cody L. Williams

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    Actually thats very useful. I haven't fully dug in on editing/media/export etc with the P3 footage. Haven't had much time, so anything is helpful. I had tried to do a 4k experiment on my first outing and was really having trouble getting 4k out out of Premiere in a way I felt wasn't ridiculous. Standard .mov wrappers don't seem to love 4k in Premiere output for some reason that I couldn't figure out. It restricts the resolution to 1920 or 2k (don't remember) but mpeg seems to go south faster on compression. thanks!
     
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    I believe its called "Trim" :)
     
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    That's a nice little video! I liked the color grading - need to teach myself a lot more about that before my P3 arrives.

    Edit: Actually, that video reminded me of a thread I've been wanting to start.