06-10-2017 02:10 AM
06-10-2017 03:05 AM - edited 06-10-2017 03:06 AM
That's odd. Can you post the raw footage without editing or GPS over lay? Also, how is your camera mounted? Any other electrical components being used?
06-10-2017 03:14 AM
It's mounted on this (for this video):
The Garmin 820 sits on top of the barfly mount, and the gopro sits below it.
However, the gopros also make the same noise with this gopro mount: http://shop.gopro.com/mounts/pro-handlebar-seatpost-pole-mount/AMHSM-001.html But this video was NOT shot on the gopro mount.
I will need to post the raw footage shortly.
06-10-2017 03:27 AM
Very interesting.... The raw gopro footage does not have this noise. There is shaking and vibration because of the road surface that I would expect, but not the terrible static / clicking noise.
My work flow is the following:
Import raw mp4 files from gopro into the Garmin Virm Edit software. My videos are very long, so I first need to combine them into one very large video before adding the data. I export the video to mp4 and "merges" all videos into one large video. From there, I bring the one large file back into Garmin Virb Edit and add the ride data. From there I export again. I basically export the video twice from Garmin Virb Edit.
Clearly the Garmin Virb Edit software is adding the noise. That software must be interpreting the vibration as something else and adding the noise. So strange. Looks like I need to try Dashware....?