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Tree Crash!!! Gimbal correction in Premiere?

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by lsteigerwalt, Jun 30, 2014.

  1. lsteigerwalt

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    So after meeting a tree my gimbal is tilted 6.5 degrees and I am attempting to use premiere to edit it out and would like your honest opinoin on the final video. Im just trying to avoid speding the money on a replacement at this moment...and hoping that the edited video is acceptable..thanks.

    http://youtu.be/QPoHEmZWTzQ
     
  2. chuddly

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    its definitely better once you cropped/edited it. Is it perfect? No. Kinda depends what you are going for? A paid video shoot that will be published and could bring you more work? I would just bite the bullet and buy a gimbal. Just for you to fly around and not lose any footage you might catch for you own enjoyment? I think its good enough for the time being. Im not saying its HORRIBLE...but lets be honest if this is for a job/living/your name then you should have enough pride in your work to just go ahead and suck it up and get the right tools for the job.
     
  3. lsteigerwalt

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    Thank you for the reply. I agree that the unit should be repaired. Trying to decide if replacing the gimbal will do the trick...hate to drop $700 and it not fix the issue.