11-14-2017 02:07 AM
Thx for the white balance native tip ^^ will try as well.
I am really happy of the footage of the Go Pro hero 6 BECAUSE I do POST EDITION after... and even that I have to transform the codec H.265 into H.264 in order not to get problems with the sound... picture is ok it opens in sony vegas pro 15 but sound is just horrible ( crackling and so )... so I have to transform the file ( keeping the same quality) and then it is ok for edition.
Will try to give you ( later this month ) a feedback on what I use in edition to reduce the noise (and not only this plugin ) ^^ Like = Neat Video :
Hope it can help you : watch what it does :
11-14-2017 09:24 AM
If you look through the feeds you will see this,
"Thank you for the comparison images and issue description! We are actively working toward resolving this issue, and look forward to releasing a camera update in the November timeframe to address these concerns"
We are all waiting the November update, if it doesn't happen to fix the issues raised then Gopro will have a big problem.
11-14-2017 11:09 AM
Today I buy this expensive camera for my trip to Egypt and I must return it, because it is simply useless. Indoor, even there is much of light is so many noise that my GIT2 camera for fraction of cost HERO 6 does better job. So disapointed....
11-14-2017 02:34 PM
Yes I allways shoot with 60FPS it's minimal setting for me. Try to compare this video with my mobile phone camera which has much smaller optics. Both videos are 1440p/60fps except mobile phone isn't mounted on gimbal.
11-14-2017 04:01 PM
I see the floresant lights don't affect the S8 as much as the Hero 6, and that's probably the main reason. The S8 is also over
exposed. I would try bumping the iso down a notch on the GoPro.
FYI... I know a lot of people point and shoot, and they're coming out with a firmware update in the next two weeks to
address low light noise.
11-14-2017 06:40 PM - edited 11-14-2017 06:44 PM
what is your power source frequency? 60Hz?
if it is 50Hz, use video mode PAL, so 50fps, to compensate the fluo light flickering....
as for noise ...use PT
WB - Native
ISO min 100
Shutter - 1/fps if fps 60 then 1/60
Sharp - medium or low