Eduard Horvath

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  1. Thank you very much for your input and sorry for the delay in my answer as we were heavily affected by a big storm which cut down power supply for more than 4 days (no power - no water, no light, no ac and no internet in the house) So we moved quickly to Laos for another project and when starting the golf course project I will see how much i can incorporate of you suggestions and tips. Will keep you updated and thank you very much again for cutting down my "learning curve" sharply.
  2. Hi everybody, warm greetings from still hot Isaan. Thank you again for your comments. As mentioned we would like to do a aerial/ground video of a Championship Golf Course in Nong Khai. We did a short “preview” and I can see some difficulties: As active Golfer I would be interested to see the details of the fairway and especially of the green. 1: If i fly too low there is moiré on the fairway. - if I go higher the details of the fairway cannot be seen. Imo the hight of the flight in the preview would be perfect. 2. this is significant at the greens - important for me to show the undulation of the greens. If I watch the clip on the small screen it is ok but we would like to offer the video to the club as a “full-screen add video” I know to slow down and avoid any fast movements will help but are there any more tips from you - maybe to use filter,,…..? I know that I cannot compete with the PGA broadcasts but I do want to deliver a decent video which could be seen on a big screen. So far I found only on golf course in Thailand using aerial video. You can have a look here: What i like and sure want to implement is the interactive hole choice. Otherwise what - as an active Golfer - I dislike i that you cannot see anything of the green. Hope you have some suggestions I would happily implement in our shooting. Finally here our Preview on YouTube (as mentioned just a test to see how “so much grass” will affect the video): Thank you vey much for taking your time to check on our difficulties as beginner.
  3. Sorry everybody, the upload to YouTube could not finished due to heavy thunderstorm. Here the new clip: Thanks
  4. Hi everybody, thank you for your encouraging comments. Just to finish this housing project there is the 3. and last video about a smaller house - i know there is too much moving left, right, left but we had to please the owner who liked to see "more" of his property to sell - and he is paying for it. You can find the clip here: We have 2 new projects coming up so should I open a new topic for these projects (golf course & thai/balinesian resort} Thanks again for taking your time to watch and comment our videos. Warm regards from "still hot" Thiland
  5. Hi everybody, warm greetings from hot Thailand. Here our 2. property video. I tried to incorporate your tips and suggestions. Unfortunately the shooting was done with the 1. video and I had no time to do a second one. So just tried to follow your comments. The YouTube video is here: Will be happy for any comments - thanks Fly save Edi
  6. Hi everyone, thank you all for taking the time to watch our video and we really appreciate your comments and tips and sorry for the late reply - I was outstation. I was flying in P mode. I tried some 360 before; they were slow and smooth but I thought too long so I tried a “faster” one. Unfortunately it was too fast and I had to “slow it down” in Final Cut Pro but somehow it came out jerky. I tried to do a new shooting but it was too hazy already. I like to do the 360 as it really shows the surrounding (unfortunately mostly not very attractive). Here all properties are shown in a “beautiful green Photoshop park.” Will work on it to get the right speed and timing, but will also try out the proposal of Christian. Indoors I was simply using the drone walking around slowly (but still moving a bit too much left / right and back)- also have to practice more. Scott thank you for your tip to cut out the standing still seconds. I read about “cut on action” and I have quite some seconds before and after the shot but was not clear about what to do with this footage - thanks again. Will also try on your 30/30 shot . Ok I know there is a long way to go and now I have some more points to practice on. Will keep you updated.
  7. Hi Alan and all of you, warm greetings from very hot Thailand. We just uploaded our first "Property Commercial Video" and would like to get some comments. It is my first work with a Phantom 3 Advanced and my first editing with Final Cut Pro (very stiff learning curve). I tried to put in some of my ideas how to show a property (what is totally different to the Thai way) but it did not come out (yet) 100%. Also reading / seeing too many "tip" on recording aerial videos finally ended up in having some problems with the shutter speed - meanwhile corrected. Also got very limited time due to weather conditions - was only able to do the 380 after a heavy rain - before and after rain we have "heavy haze" as all the rice farmers are burning their rice fields. I am also not sure it we should show the "life feed" with the true colours of the drought or if we should do some "enhancements". But actually we do not believe in "Photoshop" styles with beautiful green park at the back whereas the house is in the middle if a dry paddy field. Happy to here your comments .... The according web site with more stills and fact sheet will be uploaded tomorrow.... Regards Edi & Sam Isaan Property @ Virtually There Home Design & Construction
  8. Hi Alan, thank you one more time for your support. We are now submitting our documents - nearly 100 pages regarding our company and ourselves for insurance and CAAT. Fortunately the insurance agent is willing to handle all the submission - for a reasonable fee of course - to the CAAT in Bangkok otherwise we would have to travel there - 600 km - several times. Will keep you updated. Take care & fly save Edi & Sam
  9. Hi Alan., warm greetings from Thailand. On Monday we were flying and taking videos for the Practicum only to realize when trying to download the files that the Memory Card was dislocated and empty. So we tried it again today. Finally we made it (more or less), using ATTI Mode as suggested by you. 1. Video of my wife, Sam (Samorn Phosri) flying the Phantom. Unfortunately this tiny lightweight cameras and handphones are not created for old guys like me. I still hope that you can see that the Phantom is flying pretty smooth - it’s me now who is shacking like a (old) tree in the wind after 2 coffee this afternoon ....Sorry for that. 2. Video is obviously of me. Now the video might be more stable than the Phantom???? Hope this videos are good enough. Waiting to hear your comments we remain with best regards from warm Thailand Edi & Sam
  10. Thanks Alan, whenever you will come to Thailand you are heartily invited to stay in our place in Isaan.