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how this shots was realized (1:02- 1:05) thanks in advance https://www.y

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hello, pls can you tell me how this shots was realised
(1:02- 1:05) thanks in advance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QExf9hVaa0E

Get a close look at the 2018 Formula Drift Highlights in Atlanta, Long Beach, and Orlando. Shot 100% on GoPro - http://bit.ly/2NSUxsk Mounts used in this vid...

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Re: how this shots was realized (1:02- 1:05) thanks in advance https://www.y

If you are wanting to get the "rotation of the camera" while the car is in the drift, there are a few ways to do this. The easiest is to film in Wide 4K and then drop the clip into a 1080p or 720p sequence. Using keyframes, start with the left boarder of the video on the left boarder of the preview area. As the car makes the drift, key the position of the clip further right. To really make this look good, try to center an object at the start and keep that object centered throughout the movement. This will give a feeling like the camera is turning around that object.

If you watch this video https://youtu.be/37DBsYNXeEY (you can start at about 26:10) you can get an idea how it's done.

Other ways would require DIY mounts with bearings to allow rotation with movement.

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Re: how this shots was realized (1:02- 1:05) thanks in advance https://www.y

Hello @loyalpeak46045

 

This video is shot at a different perspective and might provide you insight on how the shots were captured. 

 

Thanks, 
Marius

 

 

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Re: how this shots was realized (1:02- 1:05) thanks in advance https://www.y

thank you very much

i need this 'antenna'

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Re: how this shots was realized (1:02- 1:05) thanks in advance https://www.y

That antenna is the HEROCast made in conjunction with VISLINK and GoPro. A used model will cost you about $2,000.
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Re: how this shots was realized (1:02- 1:05) thanks in advance https://www.y

If you are wanting to get the "rotation of the camera" while the car is in the drift, there are a few ways to do this. The easiest is to film in Wide 4K and then drop the clip into a 1080p or 720p sequence. Using keyframes, start with the left boarder of the video on the left boarder of the preview area. As the car makes the drift, key the position of the clip further right. To really make this look good, try to center an object at the start and keep that object centered throughout the movement. This will give a feeling like the camera is turning around that object.

If you watch this video https://youtu.be/37DBsYNXeEY (you can start at about 26:10) you can get an idea how it's done.

Other ways would require DIY mounts with bearings to allow rotation with movement.
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Re: how this shots was realized (1:02- 1:05) thanks in advance https://www.y

Sorry, start the video at 21:10 and then play through.