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My first outdoor flight | Your thoughts?
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RePrEsEnT
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Hi.

So...  today it was the day and i finaly have some time to make some test flights outdoors. I went to Vršič Pass-1600m altitude, but it was too windy (gusts over 15m/s) so i decided to go lower, about 1400m. No wind at all, so i decide to make some shots(my best photo-taking platform). When sun going down quickly i had just 20min of time to take some videos. The results of hurry shoot/edit u can see bellow. The main thing that's bothers me is export thing(image bellow) in Power Director. Resolution etc.  Can u please tell me what'im doing wrong?





Vršič Pass from Phone:





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hallmark007
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Great job what a beautiful place, really nice editing too.
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ShermanFlyer
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Nice work, well done
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Wow, what a view.
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pnwflier
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Nothing wrong in my book. Nice video and images.
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ALABAMA
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Like a pro!
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RePrEsEnT
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Thank ya'll for comments! I live in the heart of Triglav National Park in a tiny village called Trenta. And this is just one of 1000+ spots where u can take some nice footage and enjoy the nature. I'll try reveal most of them, so stay tuned&subscribe to my chanell.
Now i have fef questions... As my TV and old computer don't like 2.7k i decided to film everything at 1080p(2.7K just in cases to zoom something in post production).
  • 1080p video options 25, 30,50, 60fps, which one to use for best results?
  • In post productin which frame rate to choose regarding options above?
  • How to make that cinematic look in post production(black bars above and below)


As u can see i have just those options. My video was exported in option that is highlited. What's about that24p option? Differences? I'll be glad if u can help me just pointing me with the links of good information.



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hallmark007
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RePrEsEnT Posted at 1-30 16:17
Thank ya'll for comments! I live in the heart of Triglav National Park in a tiny village called Trenta. And this is just one of 1000+ spots where u can take some nice footage and enjoy the nature. I'll try reveal most of them, so stay tuned&subscribe to my chanell.
Now i have fef questions... As my TV and old computer don't like 2.7k i decided to film everything at 1080p(2.7K just in cases to zoom something in post production).

If you record in 1080p, use 60fps and edit in 24fps you should get smoother footage .
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Great stuff. especially in a cold environment.
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Gréât job, very beautiful landscapes
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Looks nice!
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Very nicely done.  Awesome place to live for ready access to some amazing scenery.  Thanks for sharing.
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hallmark007 Posted at 1-30 16:40
If you record in 1080p, use 60fps and edit in 24fps you should get smoother footage .

Could you explain this a little more? Still trying to sort out all the tech details of editiing. I thought for example if I shot in 30 fps I should edit at the same frame rate.  What am I missing?
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Raymacke Posted at 1-31 17:20
Could you explain this a little more? Still trying to sort out all the tech details of editiing. I thought for example if I shot in 30 fps I should edit at the same frame rate.  What am I missing?

You can it’s not a problem, but you will find recording in 60fps and slowed down to 30fps will give you smoother footage, you can both increase the FPS “not a good idea” or decrease FPS in post, you will also find if you want to slow footage down you will get much better results using 60fps than 30, try editing in 60 and you’ll see what I mean, I was using 24fps as OP is in Europe .
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hallmark007 Posted at 1-31 17:27
You can it’s not a problem, but you will find recording in 60fps and slowed down to 30fps will give you smoother footage, you can both increase the FPS “not a good idea” or decrease FPS in post, you will also find if you want to slow footage down you will get much better results using 60fps than 30, try editing in 60 and you’ll see what I mean, I was using 24fps as OP is in Europe .

Brother Hall, you're basically on a good path explaining advantages of high FPS footage, but there's one hidden "trap". Slow motion mania that is ... If you're filming and play back at - say - 60 fps, every movement will look smoother, particularly when panning. That's good. That will, however, produce boringly slow action with typical stutter artifact when filmed landscape is played at 30 or 24 FPS. Shampoo commercial with young lady in a shower tub ... oh, that's a different story. But these are filmed at 120 and more FPS. Bottom line ... The golden rule of shutter speed twice the FPS still delivers the best camouflaging blur to eliminate stutter as much as possible. Aerial camera 4K/120fps full FOV will make me drooling for sure ...
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Surprisingly good imagery, I must say. One suggestion for landscape filming of this nature with MM: try to keep the amount of sky in frame to a minimum and at constant ratio to whatever is below horizon. This should deliver relatively constant exposure/WB and avoid underexposure of valleys. Unless - of course - Mother Nature is offering sky features capturing worthy ...
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SveinDJI
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Beautiful, looks like a great place to be flying!
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Nice Video, well done.
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RePrEsEnT
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Thank y'all, much appreciated.
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