Using the Hero3+ Black set to 30Fps burst mode.
(short how to)
Tell everyone to stay still and either follow the camera or keep their head locked.
Set and take picture at 30fps Burst mode (Black series only)
Import/Render out an animated sequence from Adobe After Effects going from beginning to loop point.
Import into Photoshop as a video.
Save for web and set to forever to loop.
Upload Gifs to http://gfycat.com/
Pardon the link spam, but Android users interested in streaming from GoPro might want to check out Stre.am: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sparc.stream
We launched GoPro support back in December (see also: https://www.reddit.com/r/gopro/comments/3w9wwe/stream_a_live_streaming_app_now_supports_gopro_on/).
$88. the flash is separate.
SHOOT Upgraded 5.0 Version Stabilizer Tray Dome Port for GoPro HERO7 Black/HERO 6/HERO 5/HERO(2018) Black Camera 6 inch Diving Handheld Lens Hood Dome Lens Underwater Photography Must Have Accessories https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077Z38YFJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_RoM8Bb6YV4T0C
You can get it here
Third party mount. http://www.dx.com/p/wearable-head-belt-mount-strap-for-gropro-suptig-black-24cm-185124#.VXTPhXA8KrU
Thanks for the downvotes but it IS a 3rd party mount. GoPro mounts don't have openings in the mount plate under the sides of the plate that holds the clip in.
SMALLRIG Cool Ballhead Arm Super Clamp Mount Multi-Function Double Ball Adapter with Bottom Clamp for Ronin-M, Ronin MX, Freefly MOVI - 1138 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DJ5XH4O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_-8b3FbYTBFYQS?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
in case you wanted to know and not watch the video
$23.77 in the US
It is on the list of approved cards for both MAX and Hero8
Firstly, don't panic.
Secondly, if you're using one of them SD card adapters, slide it into read-only mode. Otherwise, be very careful not to write to the card, or make any changes to it.
Thirdly, follow the instructions here. If results are not satisfactory, try here.
Search for Fat Cat
Basically one of each.
I REALLY recommend getting one or two aluminium alloy tripod adapters The plastic ones break. (available in multiple colors) You can also get alloy mounting thumbscrews too that are easier to use. I recommend that too.
Nope (not sure if there's one planned either). I believe so far it's out for Windows as sort of a beta version, Android, and Windows Phone.
Try the Telesin Aluminum Hat Clip from Amazon.
The traditional strap kit works well, but after awhile if you put over ears on, you may bump the camera and you might nudge it enough to have a lovely action shot of the ground or up in the sky. At least with the hat clip it remains somewhat stable.
It's not to make it look less like a GoPro, it's to make the GoPro less noticeable in the first place.
It's like someone wearing white Apple earbuds vs. normal black earphones. Just because they're black doesn't mean they look different to any other earphones, they're just less immediately obvious. I for one think it's a very useful idea for those people who aren't part of the 'look at my GoPro!' crowd.
While we're here, if this sticker has piqued your interest and you have a bit of extra cash to throw around, why not go the whole hog and get GoPro's Blackout housing.
Edit: Don't know why I put up such a dodgy website. Here's the Amazon version, much more trustworthy.
I care :)
Think about it from your son's perspective! I would have loved to have video record of my life as a child. You'll be more inclined to film things if you get one!
Says Free Same Day with Prime for me.
I ordered a GoPole a while ago and decided to carry it around for a couple days. All the extreme sports videos are cool, but I don't see many people using the GoPro to capture the other fun moments in everyday life. Just thought I'd share :-)
Everything was shot in 2.7K ProTune then downsampled to 1080 in post. I rendered a quick comparison between the raw ProTune and graded footage for you guys as well: https://vimeo.com/87891827 .
Go to best buy and buy this its what i use with my gopro
I export all my video into my computer, edit in adobe premiere and then export to a suitable you tube standard.
If you want a free option I hear great things about davinci resolve.
Please don't buy this. It's probably the worst project I have ever backed on Kickstarter. It's completely useless and if you read the comments you will see lots of people are having issues getting refunded: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/612133584/vicamplus-the-revolutionary-iphone-5-camera-case/comments
Professional editor here, FCP7 can be a finicky little bitch. You need to be gentle with her.
Use this program (MPEG Streamclip), and convert the footage into Apple Proress 422 (There is also 422 LT & HQ, LT being 'lite' and a smaller file size, and HQ being High Quality and a larger file size.)
Since you shot in 60fps, sometimes weaker machines have trouble playing it back properly. Are you working on a desktop or an older macbook? That could make a big difference.
If you've already made the cut, try converting the footage still and reconnecting the media to the new, ProRes files. To do that, select the clips in your timeline and right click-> reconnect media. Then show the program where you have the converted files saved.
Hope this helps!
Great camera! I have the same and I love it! The only advice I have other than what has already been said is to make sure you do some color correction to make the video look even better. Davinci Resolve is normally a $1,000 program but they have a free version that does 95% of what a casual user would want. This is a no-shit professional-level program that can make amazing looking videos. There's definitely a learning curve but there are plenty of tutorials on YouTube and whatnot that can help you out. I'm dumb as fuck and I made some really good looking videos based on maybe 3 hours of tutorials. It's absolutely doable.
Maybe a backpack mount like this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HR77DZ7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_22MB933954KRHV91JD4A
Don't get the clip on one's because they can fall off without you knowing it. Also someone could easily grab it off your backpack and run off.
I use the amazon basics large as I like to pack light.
I carved out the bottom dual "something" holders to fit the external gopro dual battery charger.
FYI, it may be worth checking out this kickstarter project (now funded and finished) - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2120229387/the-pop-and-lock-a-folding-camera-support-built-fo
It's similar, but the main difference is that the kickstarer one has cog like joints rather than a screw, so it's sturdy.
Was going to back it, but I think I'm just gonna go with gopro's now, as long as the joints are stiff
I'd like to change my opinion to be "Glass will be a remote display" for GoPro :D based on http://techcrunch.com/2013/09/11/in-an-age-of-crowdfunding-gopro-ceo-nicholas-woodman-says-bootstrapping-is-a-really-powerful-thing/ (starting somewhere after the 16 minute mark, to the end)
You have good friends, cherish them! My boss has a phantom, they're fantastic, very responsive, great stability and a great range.
I also know a sports producer who uses one too. He made a small proof of concept video of a broadcast tower in Ireland using the same setup. Video below.
Use multi cam editing and have it upload to YouTube after rendering, it does mean having to rewatch the game so you can select which cam is the active shot.
I also had added a little scoreboard to track the score. I toyed with getting a 3rd camera to point at the real scoreboard and overlay it.
Worked great for me
uh, it doesn't really get much wider. You'd be looking at a full on fish with huge vignette
You'd need something like this http://www.dx.com/p/highpro-0-38x-super-wide-angle-fish-eye-lens-for-gopro-hero3-hero3-black-273159
warning: never shopped there, may be crap but thats the kind of thing you'd need with an adapter I'm sure. I used one way back in the day with 35mm film and they're really not very sharp
of course! I used a 1 inch square aluminum for the centre bar that holds everything together, and two 4x4 fence brackets and bent them so they were just U-shaped brackets to mount the wheels, and two more 4x4 fence brackets( I have no clue if that's what they are actually for)
to make the square to mount the camera to it.
I drilled holes in the square pipe to mount everything to it and used butterfly nuts so everything can be loosened and moved around for more maneuverability. I have been using an aircraft cable with chains around the trees and a tension bar to make it taut.
I bought everything from Home Depot.
Only big downfall is the wheels I am currently using, as they are very slow and it tends to stick on the line unless it is on a steep incline. (hoping to remove them and try a rollerblade or skateboard wheel to see if it gives less resistance.)
This might give you a better idea of what it looks like and how it works.
Yes! I love this mount! The first shot of this video of mine is using one:
I find the best thing to do is find something with a nice panoramic shot, preferably where clouds are moving across or things are constantly moving to give a sense of time.
Use the search feature to search past topics on this.
Karma Grip is the obvious choice on this subreddit but I wouldn't say it's the lightest, nor the cheapest, especially when you consider the price of the Karma Extension Cable.
This seems to fit your ticket completely but I have no experience with it.
Agreed, congrats to him/her! If you have a makerspace nearby, you can always print one out (note the upload dates on these, clearly not copies/rip-offs):
Thank you! Indeed it is.
Edit: Here's a link to what solves my issue. Thanks again.
It is for flood control. We have several of these around. I live in the same community as OP. I have jumped off this one myself, but there are others around here that look just like it. I don't know exactly how it works, but there are grates near the top (the part where the tower tapers inward). I assume that it's like an overflow. If the water ever rises to that level, the tower is hollow and connected to a spillway that would control the rate of outflow. In the video, you see a green bank. Basically, this is a huge earthen dam. If you go to the top and look down the other side, it drops a few hundred feet. The topography of this area makes for the likelihood of severe flash flooding. These lakes help slow the water down.
TL/DR: Flood control.
EDIT: Link to location on Google Maps. The tower is the tiny white dot at the southeast bank.
For instance, they (Ambarella/GoPro) has made chances to the linux kernel for the A9SE7 processor. Pretty sure they must post the changes to be compliant with GPL2, but correct me if I'm wrong. https://www.kernel.org/doc/pending/gplv2-howto.html
I used a program called testdisk to recover stuff from a corrupted HDD a few times.
It's a pretty powerful tool, and free, but it's a little confusing to use.
Could be VirtualDub with the Deshaker addon. Works very well and it's free biggest problem for me is it doesn't work with mp4.
You could use iMovie, but I think the best option for you is DaVinci Resolve. It's a free, studio quality NLE which might take a bit to learn, but it's rock solid and doesn't f**k with your footage like GPS does. There is a really good tutorial that I used as well, which makes it quite easy to learn. One thing to know ahead of time is the program doesn't take .mp3 format so you have to switch to .wav before adding it to your timeline.
GoPro Hero 6 for $409.99! |
Looks like they just sold out but if they get more in stock then try it again! I bought one today morning (Thursday) and it is being shipped now! Had to make an account and entered a coupon code: (ALT75). Will report back once I get it (probably Monday) | Link
I use Image Capture (in the Applications folder) to import all photos/videos through EXIF Renamer which will prepend the Data/Time to your file names as it pulls the files off your camera cards. This means that even if I used 2 or more cameras for an event, when the files are put together there is no naming conflict and everything is in finder in correct chronological order.
You must purchase the OEM microphone adapter from GoPro. From there you can then use your USB mic.
Here is the link from GoPro: https://gopro.com/en/us/shop/mounts-accessories/pro-3.5mm-mic-adapter/AAMIC-001.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjwxdSHBhCdARIsAG6zhlWsj_enAaEON8_sbFydFw1K8fnnIAYhLFDTjwWwgV0KF0nhQtW6EKAaAgkvEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
You must use only this. Off-brand ones will not work.
Look, you can get Hero7 Black basic bundle from the GoPro store on Amazon for 250USD. Never get the silver or white. The differences are not cosmetic. It's 350USD for a bundle on the GoPro site for the Hero9. That includes a subscription, battery, floaty, and clip.
You have better options.
Max Lens Mod has a convex lens. It sticks out. Mine got scratched, and now I need to replace it. I'm wondering if there is a good lens protector (like this one for the regular lens) that is spherical, so I can protect the lens.
Mine are from Wasabi Power but for an older model than yours, however these from Telesin will work for you
I use these,
If you are using the dive housing and are in humid air going to colder water make sure to get some desiccant packs you can put inside the case. Once you open it up to swap batteries you will let in hot humid air, then when going back under cooler water the inside lens will fog.
> Who wouldn't love a GoPro that did 8k60/1080@480 FPS even if it was closer to the size of the 5.
Me. I am VERY much an early adopter and I don't want 8k-60.
> Better swappable lens (underwater filter, fisheye lens, macro lens, aerial lens for drone work)
This is completely open to the third-party market. The interface is not hard to copy, as is evident by those that have released product. There's a reason no one does it though... the market's not big enough to justify the effort.
> 1/4" thread mount swappable with the foldable mount
Already exists. You can get one from telesin for $15. GoPro won't be responsible for the things people do with a 1/4-20 mount, so it's unlikely they'd ever do it themselves.
> Full-screen display
I'll agree on this one. It's been overdue for an update, and Hero9 was larger and gave more opportunity to do it. Hoping we see this on 10.
This is the power bank I use for mine. It lasts a very long time if use the regular USB port instead of the type c. The reason I got this one is bc the type c is input and output so it charges much faster than the other ones. Just make sure you have an 18W charger. If you have any of the updated smartphones you should already have one. Type c to type c is the fastest way to charge it.
I saw a hard case with cord cutouts on Amazon that may do the trick at a lower cost to you and no risk of damaging a good housing.
Here it is (not mine and not a sales recommendation):
I'd go for GoPole Reach. Go to Best Buy and show this link and they will match Amazon price.
Not the op, but I was stuck with the same dilemma until yesterday. So hope this helps.
Basically, the hero4 black is priced at 369 , and hero 5 is at 399. You might find a refurbished hero4black at 289.
However depending on where you buy it from, the hero 5 black is currently having a deal on Amazon and BestBuy, which is very useful if you regularly shop from those places. Both have a 60$ Gift card, and apart from that Bestbuy is also offering a 64Gb Memory card(which sells for 40 on best buy and 75 on amazon).
As for accessories, I bought this pack from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Zookki-Accessories-SJ4000-SJ5000-Camera/dp/B00ZELEKIS/
The cost was 12$ and it contains mostly everything you will ever need. You can also spend an extra 10-15 for other mounts as well.
So Hero 5 being almost the same cost, waterproof out of the box and having a touchscreen on it, helped me make my decision obvious. Hope this helps you too.
Also I am curious to hear your line of thought, so please share what do you think about the same. Cheers!
Here is the link to the Amazon deal which includes a 60$ gift card: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MSYR5VT/ref=twister_B01N3SUFSU?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
And here is the link to the best buy link: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/gopro-hero5-black-4k-action-camera/5579154.p?skuId=5579154
Scroll down to see whats included free. Surprised you didn't see any of these.
I second this. They're designed for smartphones, but if you rotate it 90 degrees you can clamp in your gopro easily enough, or there's a purpose made adapter you can buy for about $10. Killer battery. Threading on the bottom to attach accessories like a tripod or whatever. Here it is on Amazon bundled for $142
Stick with brands like Anker, or Aukey. Don't buy a no name cable. You want a USB 3 USB C cable. Like this
Hi, you could use my hack MegaLapse to extend the lapse to more than 1 min as dannyp433 suggested: http://chernowii.com/megalapse
To upload pictures to a server, could it be dropbox? Is because its easy to upload the gopro pics using dropbox:
First you need Linux, and the dropbox app.
As I explained in this video you can retrieve the pics using wget: https://vimeo.com/97007354
So you will need to add a sleep [interval] at the end and a loop.
Change the download dir to the dropbox folder writing a cd BEFORE the download command.
Hope this helps
Love your work man, it really is incredible stuff. I'm hoping to start taking action/adventure film making quite seriously over the next few years so you're a great inspiration. I recently finished my first edit from a trip to Iceland, not sure if you managed to see the post... but I'd love it if you CHECKED IT OUT and gave me some feedback if possible?
It's already been picked up by the User Generated Content team and I'm sending them the files ASAP, so somebody must like it! But Im always looking for ways to improve.
Keep up the awesome work :D
Zion NP looks amazing.
I did something similar in Yellowstone a while back: https://vimeo.com/45482102
I put mine on the hood outside, so I avoided the windshield glare that you have.
I like your playback speed a lot better than mine, but I had to speed mine up so it wouldn't be too long.
Viewer Discretion Advised
Hope you're able to stomach this. This accident was over 18 months ago, but I just now finally built up the courage to both watch then edit this video. I'm doing much better now... I'm back on the slopes! Lesson learned - keep those muscles strong ;).
(And FYI... we had the illest run leading up unto this injury: https://vimeo.com/59663201.)
You're better off just sharing the 3D printer file onto Thingiverse. Also you can check out other users who made 3D printed gimbal systems or even anything made for gopro's!
>I missing something?!
Yes. Once you are in step 2, on the top right corner you will find a small setting for playback resolution. Dial it down to half res or even quarter res. Don't worry, this is not connected with the quality of your final video, it's just for preview purposes.
I had this piece of shit computer (2 gigs or ram!) and with it I could work effectively and make this video and others. Sure, it's no masterpiece, but it's there and I'm proud of it.
Looks like it will crush this 3rd party mount:
(project never gained much traction anyways, but still could have launched without KS funding as many do)
I use this to back up my cards without a computer to my external hard drive
Kingston Digital MobileLite Wireless Flash Reader G2 for Smartphones and Tablets (MLWG2) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KU2E9IW/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_wN1Pub0JMD699
It was in Puerto Princessa. Here is the link to the Trip Advisor.
Didn't realize I could link my Vimeo this way so here is a few more clips I have done in my free time. Getting Excited for warm weather and summer to get out and get much much more. https://vimeo.com/user18256575
Heavily inspired by when I first discovered Abe Kislevitz (and this subreddit) a while ago, my first submission to a contest like this.
Skiing in the swiss alps. Shot with a Gopro hero 3 black, edited in FCPX.
I uploaded the essential part: https://vimeo.com/89444652
The compass was not calibrated well and when I switched to GPS mode the Phantom 2 acted up and surprised me. Not much time to react here.
One prop was broken and the camera gimbal was bent a bit. But it was easily fixed.
Not who you were asking, but this is a good place to start.
Shortcut and Kdenlive are two good alternatives, don't know if they would perform better in your system or not.
if you can find a way to upload a copy of the picture (not through imgur as it compresses it) but like dropbox or a free file hosting site i bet someone could remove that for you. I could take a crack at it later if you want to PM me your email address. Should be relatively easy to clone stamp out with Lightroom or Photoshop.
edit https://www.mediafire.com/ is free and gives you 10 GB for file storage. this way the pic can be fixed up without compressions losing quality for ya
Looking at the packaging for the Hero 4 silver it appears it only supports 48 fps at 1440p.
Picture of front of box
picture of side of box with details
Hey guys, if you use a GoPro, we would greatly appreciate if you would take our survey. My partner and I are in a course called Engineering Design and Development (EDD) through PLTW. We are working on a stabilizer that will attach to any GoPro mount. Currently we are in the process of collecting data on current users to determine which direction we should take our idea.
Link to survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MF5WXF9
If you release STL files for this people could 3D print it themselves. Not sure about cost but if you think this idea is worth getting out there no reason not to. Seems like there are already people doing this with other accessories.
This is currently in the USA, my friend was able to pick one up in store with the bundle. Call/check at your local costcos!
Link to deal
im here to help! currently rendering my first HERO3 video but it still has like an hour left, until then im hanging out here! Me I'm a snowboarder. My favorite mount/attachment is a simple monopod with the tripod attachment. Great for filming yourself and your friends. i use something like this although you can find cheaper ones on amazon.
Helmet mount is good, board mount is......eh... average. I tried it once or twice and more often than not, the lens just gets covered in snow. Still the shots that do come out good are pretty unique.
Humor me? Install an old version of studio, and see if the button suddenly appears?
It could be that the latest version of Quik somehow no longer installs studio, but if you have studio already installed, it integrates it?
It's funny you mention that, because I literally use the exact mic you're referring to.
Proof here - https://snipboard.io/Jtp36R.jpg
Maybe my media mod was defective..? I bought it day 1 so I guess it's possible.
With amazon's return policy i'll give it one more try.
If you structure it anything like the Vimeo Weekend Challenge I think everything will work out great. You could even get a group going on Vimeo and post updates not only there but on reddit as well. That may make it easier to grab attention from GoPro users outside of reddit.
Yeah that probably a better idea. Once you get to grips with final cut, this is well worth a look. Its a program that adds an artificial pan and/or zoom to your timelapse.
I had been looking for an arca swiss gopro mount for attaching the camera to some existing photography gear that I already have but wasn't able to find anything. I started looking around the internet and found this: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:143840. A local company printed it for and everything is working well.
No I think I explained wrong. You need to be on a boat or the shore to change the battery, not just surface while diving. Pretty obvious but I thought I would throw it out there
Oh and here is the link to a tutorial, and a link to where I got my powerbank
> Or the best programme for digital stabilization?
that eliminates software stabilisation. Although Microsoft hyperlapse is a fun tool.
if you want to get a cheap gimbal, you can try looking for a drone gimbal, and them modify it to make it suitable as a handheld.
$179 pre-tax. I believe this was their first successful treasure truck. They were to launch in summer in Seattle but ended up canceling it. I got the pop up on my phone sometime around 11am local time.
I was going to say, that looks a lot like the Pescadero area... then I saw the title. I love driving back there.
Here's a video I shot a couple years ago on the other side on Pagemill: https://vimeo.com/18739668
Also... I never conform my time in Cineform, I always adjust my speed down in Final Cut.
After seeing your video I put this together with a clip of my son doing a karate kick (not as good as your bro's 360).
I took the same footage and ran it through Cineform with the speed change, and then I also dropped the same original clip directly into FCPX and slowed it down, one layer normal, and one layer with Optical Flow.
I think all three are exactly the same to my eye.
Shooting at 1080p/60fps means you'll have full HD video, and be able to slow it down to half speed (for slow-mo shots), and have it still looking smooth.
WVGA is SD, so it does look pretty crappy compared to HD video, but the advantage is you can slow it down a LOT more, and it'll still look super smooth.
Basically, for most stuff you're filming, (and if you get the Hero 3 Black Edition) I'd leave it on 1080p60. That means it'll be full HD, and if you want to slow it down to half speed, you can do so easily enough. If you're specifically filming something like a jump (or other interesting stuff that would look good slowed down - drifting cars, a car crash, a backflip, a jump into a pool, etc etc etc), you can then, for that one thing, set it to 720p120, and be able to slow stuff down even further.
As an example, from one of my videos (filmed on the HD Hero 2): https://vimeo.com/43202854
The jump at 4:15 was filmed at 1080p/30fps. As you can see, at "normal speed", it looks fine, but repeated immediately afterwards, it's juddery when slowed down to 50%.
From 5:09 onwards was filmed at 720p/60fps. As you can see, in slow-mo, it's silky smooth.
I did this for capturing video. I mounted directly to the kite for less movement. It will shake at certain times. At other times it's a smooth as silk. Just don't land it in the ocean like I did. It did give me a good excuse to get the Hero 2. Kite & GoPRo: https://vimeo.com/43009199
Try one of these six out from this website article. You should see if the free mac iMovie editor might be a way for you step it up.
I use Adobe Premiere Elements 13 on windows, don't confuse with the Adobe Premiere that you have to pay annual or monthly fees for. It works good and you pay for the product not a subscription license and it includes decent editors tools. Its available for Mac but as I said you will have to pay for it.
Other good choice is Blender but has a large learning curve. I've messed around with it in the past and it can handle the job well but very pain in the ass navigation system. Do it if you want free movie editing software that has the power of expensive professional video editing software.
How much is one of those?
Personally I got one of these.
Really looking forward to trying it out when it arrives in a couple of days.
Yea, the GoPro one is overpriced. Just get it from here
Or if you had the original one which doesn't have the unlocking mechanism, you can get it here
Another benefit of the frame is the video quality. There is a noticeable difference in having the protective casing on and off.
Check out this:
edit: I filmed snowboarding all year with the frame and was just really careful when packing the camera, and the lens was fine.
Just got a bobber grip from DX.com (This one!) Planning on using it for snorkling in Indonesia and I think it will do the job just fine. Consider a tray mount for extra stability!
If you have Mountain Lion you need Java. Apple pulled it from Mountain Lion, this is why you can't update.
Follow this guide.
Once you do this go to www.gopro.com/support and upgrade your firmware.
Pisgah is such big forest that it's a little misleading to say you rode Pisgah. The Pisgah in the Brevard area is much better signed compared the the Pisgah in our area (Wilson's Creek). Either location is a ton of fun, but you need to be with somebody who know's their way around if you come out to wilson's creek or brown mountain.
And Dupont is fantastic. I rode with the Cane Creek guys (from the church videos) last time I was out there. That place was a blast, but man that cedar rock climb kicked my butt.
As others suggested, it's a counterfeit card. I was burned with a counterfeit 64GB Lexar 633x a couple of years ago and now I never buy my cards online unless from a valid retailer like Best Buy, etc. Amazon is only the middle-man in these deals and most of the cards come from China.
It took me a few days to convince them it was a counterfeit and had to run a block test for verification (software called H2testw. Located here), but they agreed with me and refunded my money.
Here is Hugin for anyone looking...
That e-book is $50... if that's too much for others (as it is for me), there's a free tuts for this online, like this one for Hugin, and many more for photoshop etc...
Some info about this photo:
it was the first long exposure freeway shot i have taken
i used a jaw mount
I will post this and more similar on my instagram
I will post settings shortly
it was edited using VSCOCAM (still a novice at editing)
They're all youtube settings, but they're not visible without the plugin. It's called the Youtube Center and it opens up a ton of different normally invisible settings as well as implementing some nice additions.
But only at 1080P :( How much storage do you get for that price?
Apps like Magisto Video Editor has google drive integration. https://www.magisto.com/
Does GoPro Plus storage work with GoPro Studio whilst the files are in the cloud or do you have to download them first?
You made a timelapse if I am not mistaken (you shot images in a certain interval).
For a hyperlapse you shoot the whole thing as video and then use Microsoft Hyperlapse (here you can either buy it or download the free trial) to create a Hyperlapse ;)
you have to make a new scrambled egg though.
Hmm, unfortunately more familiar with Mac than Windows (do IT work for a tv company, all Macs). Could be a couple things at play, here's the first two things I'd try.
If your computer has a firewire port try hooking a drive (7200rpm or great) up through there and seeing if that plays back. USB doesn't always give the smoothes constant transfer rates that video needs
Your computer might not be optimized for the h.264 files that GoPro shoots. Try using something like MPEG Streamclip to convert the footage to another codec (if you were on a Mac I'd say go with ProRes, on Windows you're a bit more limited.
Im not quite sure what the issue is. Are you familiar with MpegStreamclip? Its free and you can get it here -> LINK
Instead of using Cineform try trimming & exporting your clips as h.264 quicktimes and then try uploading again. I've had much better luck this route.
Delete Quik as it's very unstable and unreliable, as you've witnessed.
I would recommend you go for VSDC, which is easy to use and very "beginner friendly".