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    Autumn FPV flying

    Start to know how to edit video with vega, but, well, I hate it



    Still, on of my best video for sure, with those tree colors!
    Truly superior pilots are those who use their superior judgment to avoid those situations where they might have to use their superior skills"- Author unknown

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    Kenny do you mean Vegas? I use that all the time fore editing I love it

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    Once again a very nice video. The colorfull season is called 'ruska' in finnish btw.
    quad(X)1: AQ + mega + v2 shield (with baro) + turnigy plush 30A + Turnigy 2217 + APC 12x3.8 (camera onboard)
    quad(X)2: AQ32 at Baloo / DJI F450 / A2212-12 / 30A ESC:s / 10x4.5 (camera onboard)
    quad(X)3: Naze32 / DJI F330 / RCTimer 2212-9 / Aeolian 20A / 8x4.5
    Generic: Turnigy 9x with telemetry mods with FrSky 2Way, GoPro Hero HD, 1.3 & 5.8 vTx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniperp View Post
    Kenny do you mean Vegas? I use that all the time fore editing I love it
    Yes yes, Sony Vegas!
    Truly superior pilots are those who use their superior judgment to avoid those situations where they might have to use their superior skills"- Author unknown

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    As always, nice video! I really like the part where you make half a circle above the cemetery, looked really smooth!

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    awesome video kenny, really enjoyed it. quick question can you post pics of the camera mounting, you have NO jello and every time i do hard mounting i get bad jello and i will hard mount my GoPro to my typhoon so i want to figure out a way to get rid of the jello even before i get the bird.

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    Well there was a hint of jello at some point, but very little. You won't notice unless you look for it.
    Last edited by kha; 10-08-2012 at 05:24 PM.
    quad(X)1: AQ + mega + v2 shield (with baro) + turnigy plush 30A + Turnigy 2217 + APC 12x3.8 (camera onboard)
    quad(X)2: AQ32 at Baloo / DJI F450 / A2212-12 / 30A ESC:s / 10x4.5 (camera onboard)
    quad(X)3: Naze32 / DJI F330 / RCTimer 2212-9 / Aeolian 20A / 8x4.5
    Generic: Turnigy 9x with telemetry mods with FrSky 2Way, GoPro Hero HD, 1.3 & 5.8 vTx

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    I still have some jello. It depend quite a lot on how tight the velcro strap is!

    So, here is the magic, Just a velcro on the bottom plate and a velcro strap, that need to be change now!!!
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    So put the camera, as tight of it can, leans against the top plate of the frame
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    Tight the velcro strap, as tight as you can, leans against the top plate of the frame
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    Then, add a foam between the cam and the top plate to push it a bit and make it more stiff
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    This take me a while to figure it out and I have patent the thing, you gonna have to pay me if you want to use this process !!!

    NOT!
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    Nice vid! With a little bit more range you can do a fly-over of my house in Manitoba!

    If you play with the transitions in Vegas -- so that your cuts from scene to scene aren't as abrupt -- you'll love the finished result a lot more. You have a lot of effects to play with. I prefer simple cross-fades for most transitions with one or two different fancier transitions to change things up.
    One hover and you're hooked!

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    Easiest place to learn how to use Vegas is youtube... A few of the gentlemen have really good tuts.


 

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