03-22-2018 04:28 AM
I have the weirdest background noise on my Go Pro Hero 5.
It really destroyed the video I have in Africa - which is such as a shame. Any help would be great as to why it makes so much sound in a still environment with no wind.
03-22-2018 07:06 AM - edited 03-22-2018 07:08 AM
Your Left Ch is Lower in sound and your right ch is HIGHER in sound. this is a Stereo setting not wind if wind there be a 3rd ch.
that noise begins then fades out then is steady throughout the clip. Have "You" Contacted gopro about this and have one of their experts in the editing field figure out the noise.
No other devices on you or near the camera
Sometimes gps signals can interrupt by the natural metals in the Earth or formed and laid metals like reembar. and screw things up.
So was GPS on and think that can interfere? Did you try other settings, did you retry taking a clip at home to replicate the problem. I ask so others can also chime in with their own additional thoughts,
IMHO Hero 5 black has a dish washer or Fish bowl sound, and a easy fix is to have the Port door properly closed all opening sealed if not you'll get a horrible audio sound, it is something we all have to get used to in this camera. That said my only thought is the rubber membraine on the open ports door side is a WIND mic and air gotten pass causing that issue?
Cam not in my had that be the lenses side or right side (correct me).
I like to hear gopro's thoughts on the forum then to hear every time speak to a rep, so we all can be informed. a company might not want to share that info publically but that how it goes.
Check your audio settings been there done that.