10-09-2018 04:16 AM
i would love to know, is there something that some go pros have defect on the stabilization?
I used my H7 today to check out how it performed during a run. I had it on a short handle and set it at 4K-60. The footage I reviewed after the run was somewhat disappointing after looking at other people's running footage. Is it possible that the HyperSmooth is not working correctly on 4K-60? I have done some of the HyperLapse too, and that seems rock solid.
I saw another runner's footage, handheld, and that is very smooth. Mine looks like standard stabilisation.
This is my running footage: https://youtu.be/iHOPTdlb4Tw
This the HyperLapse: https://youtu.be/jNwPfjv2cHI
Another YouTuber's footage: https://youtu.be/yChehzjtTZk
10-09-2018 04:21 AM
10-09-2018 06:33 AM
this is my running home test
10-09-2018 11:17 AM
Have you tried good light, camera settings related to light, and cropped modes?
The cropped modes give the stabilization more room / data to work with (such as linear mode).
And of course proper mounts and positions (try different ways).
Things like this done at a quiet time are a big GoPro secret - it pays to mess around a bit BEFORE the big day.
Then you have some go-to setups you know will help out your shot.
10-10-2018 05:38 AM
"Things like this done at a quiet time are a big GoPro secret - it pays to mess around a bit BEFORE the big day.
Then you have some go-to setups you know will help out your shot."
If in doubt however just set your colour to Flat, WB to Native, and 2.7k Linear. That is the safest setting IMO.
10-10-2018 05:56 AM - edited 10-10-2018 06:00 AM
I took some Hero 7 Hypersmooth sloowwww pans...that show the stutters...and ran them through the stabilizer in my video editing software.
Very easy to smooooth right out.
Bear in mind that a common practice some use as a matter of course...is to stabilize footage at the shot, then do more to the file, render that...and do it again. Some people like ultra-super-mega smooth. There are side effects to maxing this...you lose some image to crop and some effective resolution.