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Re: GoPro Post for GoPro Fans

Wild!
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Bees, Hero 4 Silver with Closeup Lens

 

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A few pictures of my boy taken with Hero3+ Black and GoPro Session

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I've seen tons of awesome content here.

But one thing I havn't seen yet, and I'm going to post is VR picture's.

This one is from the all new GoPro Omni. Hope you like it. 

 

 

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Very cool @chrisediting, thanks for posting!

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Hero 4 Silver, Night Lapse.

 

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I made a video of my son and I fishing.

My son was wearing a GoPro Session on a shoulder strap and the time laps was done with a GoPro Hero4 Silver. The Hero4 settings: Night laps, Shutter: Auto Interval: Continuous, spot meter: on, Protune: on, WB: 5500, Color: GoPro, ISO Min:100, ISO Max: 800, Sharpness: High, EV: 0

 

I'm hoping to get some feedback on improving the quality.

 

The Session Settings: 1080/30 Protune on, all defaults.

 

The music is from JinglePunks (From GoPro Awards>Free Music https://gopro.com/awards/free-music), "Journey of the Lonely"

 

Thanks,

 

Daniel

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If anyone is considering using the free music from GoPro, I highly recommend using the .wav files instead of .mp3.  Not only do the wave files sound better, I found that the .mp3 are more prone to causing stutters and crashes in GoPro Studio.

 

Also, not that I think it makes that much of a difference, but the fishing video above was exported at 45 bit rate.

 

( @Anonymous I'm hoping you can give me some tips on improving the quality - but I'll take advice from anyone Smiley Happy)

 

Regards,

 

Daniel