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Skate Parks, Travel and Tourism - Phantom 2 Vision+

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Wildest_Wahoo, Sep 9, 2014.

  1. Wildest_Wahoo

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    Hey guys,

    New to the forum. Looks like there's lots of great content here for DJI owners! Can't wait to start looking through some of it.

    Anyway I was just hoping to post some of my videos here and hopefully gain some followers and subscribers. :D :D :D

    Please check out some of my flights and videos that I make at http://www.youtube.com/doolittlemedia


    Heres my latest video
    http://youtu.be/2ToaIW1bjjI

    And this is my first week of flying!!
    http://youtu.be/V2JjFYSrX_I

    Hope that you guys get a chance to check it out! Like, Comment and Subscribe!
    Also @doolittlemedia on twitter (http://twitter.com/doolittlemedia)
    and
    @Wildest_Wahoo on instagram (http://instagram.com/wildest_wahoo)

    Cheers !! :D
     
  2. Wildest_Wahoo

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    Re: Phantom 2 Vision+

    Critiques and suggestions welcome too!

    I've been into filmography for almost 15 years and editing video for roughly the same amount of time. Composing shots while flying and getting exactly what you want before your battery runs out I find is much harder though. :D
     
  3. Jeff Clack

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    Some gutsy shotz...nice
     
  4. Suwaneeguy

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    What editor do you use to get the triple picture in picture?
    I know of one that can do one, but not not three.
     
  5. Wildest_Wahoo

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    Thanks Jeff, sometimes you gotta be to get that nice shot you want!

    Final Cut Pro 7. You should be able to do it in any video editor that you are using as long as you can lay multiple tracks on top of one another.
    Lay your tracks all on top of each other, resize everything on top (here I have 4 videos playing, 1 in the back ground and 3 at about 1/3 their original size playing on top), probably have to delete the audio tracks or at least adjust them so they're not all playing at once too.

    Hopefully that helps!