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[P3S] How to achieve cinematic look with Premiere Pro and my DJI App settings

Discussion in 'Editing (Photo and Video)' started by ryback, Jan 13, 2016.

  1. ryback

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    Hi guys, I made a short video where I show my best settings in DJI Go App.

    In the second part of the video I show my editing workflow for achieving a cinematic look for my videos.

    I'm not very good with the language so there are also subtitles

    I hope it can help, let me know what do you think

     
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  2. iMack

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    Thanks for this. I've been looking for a video on this area. Will take a look tonight.
     
  3. ryback

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    Thank you, let me know if it will be helpful then...
     
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    Great video. Clean and to the point! All stuff I knew already but surely would be helpful to a ton of people. Your English and voice were also very easy to listen to. Good job.
     
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    This was very helpful. Thanks! And your English was really good.
     
  6. ryback

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    Thank you, I am happy that it is easy understandable :)
     
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    Thank you ryback! that was great! :D could you please write or send a preset for the best rendering options?
     
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    thank you!
    I will do, but for now I can tell you that the best way is exporting in h264 at the same bitrate than the original footage.

    Now I've done another video about using adjustment layers:

     
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