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video editing tips, stabilization, fps etc

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by chaghal, Aug 16, 2014.

  1. chaghal

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    Wondering if anyone would share any tips on aerial videography. Not expecting much response as im sure people will hold onto what they know but I Was watching the videos on mount fiji for the s900/1000 etc and they look amazing. Obviously they have extremely precise gimbals far superior to the H3D, cheap chinese ones etc and better cameras than the gopros/vision but have also seen some very good videos shot using the p2 and p1/fc40 using go pros which has obviously been edited well.

    I use the go pro 3+ and was wondering what post production people use, im thinking slowing down ? shooting at 60fps? image stabilization etc

    any links to work or tips much appreciated, im pretty handy with premier, final cut and AE but only got around 20-25 flights under my belt most without fpv and am just getting used to thinking more as a camerman than a pilot having gotten more comfortable with the controls.

    thx in advance for any responses
     
  2. chaghal

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    total arse i am, apologies, did not see there was an entire section for this , thanks greatly will delete thread or ask to get it moved
     
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    Now you made him feel bad...GREAT! Why didn't you just tell him the story of poor ole Nibbles?
     
  4. CarlJ

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    It's a very traumatic story, and it raises more questions than it answers - like did Nibbles really die or was it...murder?!? :eek:
    The mods were right to step in, the whole thing was spinning out of control. :?