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Phantom 2 vision plus help

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Help' started by Iabove, Dec 7, 2014.

  1. Iabove

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    Ok I had a few recordings on my card so I put it in my laptop to watch it and I notice the video not smooth it's very much huge gap and delay like on second I'm on the floor and then it shows me in the sky about 100 feet it's lagging the videos I'm not sure what's wrong here please anyone help me
     
  2. 4wd

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    It sounds like the laptop is not able to play 1080p HD the video card is likely the main problem area.
    Can you watch youtube at 1080p setting?
    You could try some filming at 720p which does not look much different on all but larger screens.
     
  3. Iabove

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    Omg you guys are great it is a old lap top I'll try in morning and see what 720p look like on laptop

    Another thing guys I have 2 battery and both fully charged gives me about 13 min on my iphone for fly time
    Why not 15-20min like most people
    I'm on naza mode but gps atti

    Any ideas on why I'm getting such a low fly time
     
  4. 4wd

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    When both batteries have similar times it seems unlikely to be a battery issue as such - flying from a higher start point in thin air you'll get reduced time, cold weather the same. Aggressive flying style will drain them faster.

    In practice I usually don't go much over ten minutes most flights and the battery by then has usually just gone below 50%- that's a good level to keep it at if not used again for a while.
     
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    Most DVD players will play MP4 files, write the file out to a DVD and try it in the DVD player.