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Hello! Id love to hear what software people use to edit their video and pictures after filming. I use Final Cut Pro X. I'd like to know what else is out there? Id also love to hear from people that use Final Cut Pro X on how it's working out for them?
New to the industry and am curious what the best way is to deliver work to customers after post production is completed. I'm absolutely clueless on what is commonly used or done to deliver work in the most professional and efficient way. Also, if your looking to send work that's up to 5.2K, does sending that type of file differ vs. sending smaller files with 5.2K being such a large file to send?
So I'm really pushing to get some good shots for my website this week for my site but am wondering where I'm able to shoot. I know of course how to check air space but am still nervous about throwing my drone up say over a cool bridge near by...maybe it's the first time jitters. Do I need permission from the city at all or need to do anything in public places or is their certain places to watch out for, areas to avoid, etc.? Am I able to fly over moving cars and near buildings? Do I need permission for that? I know you can't fly over people but I guess I'm just trying to figure out where to go to get some good shots. Am I able to fly near parks? Just not over? I'm trying to remember back from the training. Perhaps you could refresh my memory on that... Sorry to bombard you with all these questions. I guess you could say I'm a little stressed/nervous about going out flying publicly for the first time. It's always been in my back yard! Basically all I'm wondering is where you think some typical sweet spots are that are safe to fly to get some good shots.
Hi guys, I'm a newly interested UAS drone pilot looking for a school to pick from in terms of preparing myself for the industry. Right now I am torn between UND and Oklahoma State. UND is a leader when it comes to training pilots and offers a major in UAS (however it only focuses on flying and not engineering or design in uas), they are also pretty cheap when it comes to overall cost. Oklahoma on the other hand offers a graduate program that focuses on UAS engineering. What I am torn on is the decision about whether to completely forgo my backup plan to be a professional pilot and enter the drone industry through the engineering aspect of things, or should I keep the commercial pilot idea in hand because of the shortage and just go through one of the drone pilot programs that focus on flight and not necessarily engineering or design? Anybody who has experience in the field or at one of these universities would offer me huge help, thanks.