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Sightseer
Posts: 4

almost perfect, but need your advice on post production to make even better :D

Hy guys, 

 

Love the new GoPro 7, the footage is really good but i would like to make it better, any chance on getting loose of the small amount of "wobbling" in the video?!? any special trick?!?

Explorer
Posts: 11,174

Re: almost perfect, but need your advice on post production to make even better :D

What editor do you have? Some of the movement keeps the overall feel very "real" so I wouldn't take out all of the little wobble/shake, but there are a few times when I think it's warranted. I use Adobe Premiere Pro. If I was editing I would cut 1-4 second sections and apply warp stabilizer as needed.
Sightseer
Posts: 4

Re: almost perfect, but need your advice on post production to make even better :D

using Final Cut Pro X ;)

 

"cut 1-4 second sections and apply warp stabilizer as needed."

might work! :D will try it in the next videos!

Nomad
Posts: 129

Re: almost perfect, but need your advice on post production to make even better :D

@dmcd38,

Cool vid, one quick question do you have the anti-vibration tab in the mount?
Sightseer
Posts: 4

Re: almost perfect, but need your advice on post production to make even better :D

no, tell me more about the anti-vibration thing :D

Nomad
Posts: 129

Re: almost perfect, but need your advice on post production to make even better :D

It's a little white rubber piece that fits between the Base and the slide in mounting.

more info here :- https://gopro.com/help/articles/Question_Answer/Using-the-Rubber-Locking-Plug-and-Camera-Tether
Sightseer
Posts: 4

Re: almost perfect, but need your advice on post production to make even better :D

ohhh ok, yes im using it ;)

its essential on this kind of footage that the mount stays still...

Explorer
Posts: 11,174

Re: almost perfect, but need your advice on post production to make even better :D

The newer mounts have this built in, but if you don't have one, definitely get the plug.