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1st video ever...honest thoughts please

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by CirrusAerial, Sep 12, 2015.

  1. CirrusAerial

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    The quality seems poor to me on youtube, but I read it takes a while to render in 1080.

    Anyways, I have lots of experience with aerial data collection, but almost none with video editing. This is my first video ever produced. I know I need to work on framing...what else should I be focusing on?
     
  2. Dallasfreak

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    Nice job!!! work on the transitions...:)
     
  3. christy

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    very good for first video,
     
  4. DRONEONER

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    What program you using to edit with? what is your export codec?
     
  5. Tj_

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    Nicely done!
     
  6. steadfast4life

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    Great first video. My suggestion is to dial in some expo to soften your yaw. Yaw is very abrupt. I think you did a good job following with yaw, it was just too crisp. With a softer yaw you will have to be a bit more intuitive in anticipating yaw movements as it will take a bit longer to reach your destination. A smooth yaw really shows up in the final product. No amount of post can fix a choppy yaw. Happy flying!
     
  7. Richard Hurst

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    How do you soften yaw?
     
  8. steadfast4life

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    Go to the top left of the ap screen and tap the mode button (it show whatever mode your in ATTI, etc). It just right of the house icon. Down a ways on the menu is gain and expo. Drag your finger down to soften the Yaw. 30 or 40 should be adequate.
     
  9. B-Scene Films

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    Bah you nuked it :(