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    The Video Thread

    Thread for posting videos, especially ON BOARD.


    I'll start - got a GoPro and my first full GSX-E viddy done, edited, and uploaded.




    If you want to see the full, unedited ride video (including all the beautiful electric noises) it's here:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5XbQ...ature=youtu.be
    Last edited by podolefsky; 09 September 2012 at 2233.
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    Great stuff, Noah! How about some details? Where and how did you mount it, what resolution setting?

    I just found this video, the guy gives some great information on camera postiions. Links to the mounts are in the video:

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    Good call Ted.

    Video setting 2 (HD widescreen, 1280x720, 30 FPS). Editing was all done in Adobe Premiere CS5.

    Here's a little vid of the camera setup.

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    Cool... that got me looking at my DSLR video resolution, which is 1280x720 too. I had the GoPro set to the default, but I'ma switch it now so they're the same aspect ratio. Here was my test vid at that, which is 1280x960.


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    I also find the r3 mode, 60 fps pretty awesome.
    Youtube will not convey all the depth, but the raw feed is really cool !
    I was filming a meadow with tall grass just a few meters in front of me and extending towards the horizon,
    amazing the level of details i could see, it was just like sitting there.

    Nice little grey cube !
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    Yeah, I put it at 1280x720 because everything is 16x9 widescreen now. I haven't tried 1080p. It'll be sharper, but 720 seems pretty sharp to me already.

    Ted - the wet surfaces in your video really make the colors stand out nicely. I think mine was a little overexposed. I'm going to see if I can fix that in Premiere.

    Oh...and I definitely need a FLUX logo splash at the beginning and end.
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    I use 1080p on my Epic Action cam, it is pretty awesome, but it reduces the battery life.

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    Got my wife Molly to shoot from the road side. New video with fly-by footage, and a couple other new camera angles now up in post #1.

    http://www.elmoto.net/showthread.php...ll=1#post32184
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    Quote Originally Posted by podolefsky View Post
    Got my wife Molly to shoot from the road side. New video with fly-by footage, and a couple other new camera angles now up in post #1.

    http://www.elmoto.net/showthread.php...ll=1#post32184
    All I can say is "yea you shook me all night long"

    Looks like a great time.

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    Are you using the waterproof back, or the open back? The sound is great - very little wind noise, unlike mine. (I used the open back...)

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