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Spark vid in Colorado
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nucmanchh
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I spent a month in the Denver CO area visiting family. I also did a video with the Spark. Would love to hear your thoughts (including critique)


2017-9-8
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hallmark007
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Some really good shots very nice lighting in a lot of your video good job.
Stick movements a bit stuttering, maybe when not flying fast use tripod mode it would be much smoother.
2017-9-8
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fansab7d98f9
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Great video of Denver we are visiting family right now.
2017-9-8
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HrMelin
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Very nice video! Keep it up
2017-9-9
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Montfrooij
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First of all: Beautiful footage.
Second: I think you did some speeding up in you edit?
It does not work too good with all this motion, making the video not very smooth.
Speeding up only works well when flying in a straight line high above the ground (my opinion of course)

Third: what framerate did you edit in?
Maybe some motion hickups are caused by rendering to another framerate than native Spark (30fps)

Fourth: I would suggest only using hard cuts as transitions. This zoom effect looks a bit cheap and distracting to me. (opinion of course)

Finally: nice to see your video and I hope to see many more
2017-9-9
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nucmanchh
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Montfrooij Posted at 2017-9-9 11:35
First of all: Beautiful footage.
Second: I think you did some speeding up in you edit?
It does not work too good with all this motion, making the video not very smooth.

I'm a still photograher enthuiasts - new to drone photography/videography. But to answer ur question, no i didn't speed it up in editing. On one shot segment I did use 'sport' mode. But that's it. The software I used was Filmoa. I have no idea about frame rate so I had to have used the default rate.

I'd like to hear more -so I can learn. Can u explain further?
2017-9-9
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Montfrooij
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nucmanchh Posted at 2017-9-9 16:37
I'm a still photograher enthuiasts - new to drone photography/videography. But to answer ur question, no i didn't speed it up in editing. On one shot segment I did use 'sport' mode. But that's it. The software I used was Filmoa. I have no idea about frame rate so I had to have used the default rate.

I'd like to hear more -so I can learn. Can u explain further?

Ok, that sports mode will explain a lot.
That causes for abrupt movements indeed. Not too good for taking video.
(but a ton of fun!)

The framerate of the Spark is limited to fps (or something like that) and if you edit / render in a different framerate it causes the motion to 'stutter'.
(because every xx frame is dropped)
Not sure if that is the case here, but you can check in the rendered file in it's details. It will tell you the framerate.
2017-9-10
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Centraltooth
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Love the lighting and beautiful sceneries
2017-9-10
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DJI Susan
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Thanks for sharing! The video looks great!
2017-9-17
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Kairos Charlie
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Very beautiful video.  Nicely done.
2017-9-18
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Ryan's Sparky
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good work, looks like a nice place
2017-10-31
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