Eagle River, Alaska


Brian
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Thanks for the tip. I can tilt the camera down but give up the great head-on shots. With rhis build, I've decided to keep the camera on the deck, so the props are just a reminder that the footage is from a drone. I did use GoPro Studio for the edits. Once I figured out that I could put the entire into edit step 2 and I could drag the little yellow bar representing the length of the clip it allowed me to precisely place the clips. The preset clip holders were already synronized to the music which was nice. Some were very short, 3 seconds, so I tried to have a lot of movement in those clips.

I am working on a second "professional" quad that will have a gimble and will have a prop free view.

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