Cool, the frame rate looks like it has dropped, and image stabilization is something you need to consider for sure, i'm not particularly good with editing myself, and it is always cool to compare and see the difference you get with different cameras, rigs software with people that are NOT professionals...
I gave up using anything that wasn't an action camera a while ago, if i am at a competition and stationary i might use a proper camera, but otherwise no, i don't think it brings any benefit to an edit on our level... And with GoPro's etc nowadays you can get some really cool footage, but remember other peoples advice, there are always opinions, and you me others don't always like what is said after all the hard work we put in to our films... Hehe
The common consensus seems to be that 3-5 minutes is all you should make an edit, anything more, unless extremely good, means people lose interest, and get bored very quickly, music choice seems to be a very murky area as well...
There have been many posts regarding this... This one in particular springs to mind... If you ask for advice you may not always like what the reply is that is for sure... But if you post your edit, then it will happen... Hehe
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