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DroneyBaloney
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This may have already been covered but, I just want to help make sure no one else makes the same mistake that I did.
Make sure you stop recording BEFORE you turn off your inspire.  I failed to that on my last flight (about an hour ago) and I lost the entire video clip that I was rolling.  In all it was only a few minutes of footage but.... it was some pretty sweet stuff and I'm afraid it's all lost.  Live and learn I suppose right?

2015-2-24
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svencool
Second Officer
Flight distance : 6690 ft
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I did that once and didn't loose my clip. I put the chip back into the camera and replayed it on the ipad so I knew it was there but then it wouldn't let me copy it but I could import the video straight from the chip into FCPX..... I don't make that mistake anymore..... Or haven't yet lol..... I'm human like everyone else hahaha

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2015-2-24
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jimhare
Captain
Flight distance : 239035 ft
Australia
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I have heard that if you put the micro SD back into the Inspire and take another short clip then you can resurrect the missing clip.   Worth a try if you haven't reformatted.
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kevinlutch
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This is correct, tried and tested a couple times.
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DroneyBaloney
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Well what'ya know.... I got the footage back!  Thanks jimhare and svencool!

Let's just hope I don't have to deal with that ever again. haha
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anhtuan.nguyen.
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I got this as well and from what I read and tried, you just need to put the sd card back, and power the Inspire 1 on for 30 seconds, it will automatically repaired damaged clip.
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