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Old 03-09-2013, 02:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys,

I finally finished my first video (GoPro 3 Black Edition) I already posted 1st part of it, however this is my full version.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzaPvjhbPkQ

As I noticed + suggestions from others, twixtor may not be the best option for editing snow..video.

I am just a beginner on the snowboard, but way of editing may impress your friends anyway.

Looking forward to hear your opinions (positive & negative) all are welcome..
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a little long, but i definitely liked it.

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a little long, but i definitely liked it.

Agree, but 3 days in 4 minutes are +/- reasonable
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Dubstep music started playing so I was forced to close the window. Have fun playing with your gopro and editor.
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Dubstep music started playing so I was forced to close the window. Have fun playing with your gopro and editor.
Lol. I thought it was ok. Looks like you had fun.
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Editing is good. I particularly liked the pow shots from the board's POV.

But please, shoot in fucking 16:9! We're in 2013 here...
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I skipped some, but the flowing angle changes on the pole and the goofy guy staring at the camera while moving the camera around the car was pretty hilarious.

I liked the use of different cameras/different angles.
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Hi guys,

I finally finished my first video (GoPro 3 Black Edition) I already posted 1st part of it, however this is my full version.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzaPvjhbPkQ

As I noticed + suggestions from others, twixtor may not be the best option for editing snow..video.

I am just a beginner on the snowboard, but way of editing may impress your friends anyway.

Looking forward to hear your opinions (positive & negative) all are welcome..
The powder shots are great. Did you mount the GoPro to your board? If so, how did you do it? Suction cup?
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Editing is good. I particularly liked the pow shots from the board's POV.

But please, shoot in fucking 16:9! We're in 2013 here...
You're right, I used 960p because of 100fps as I thought that should be good for some slowmo parts ( shit happens ) I learned from it.
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The powder shots are great. Did you mount the GoPro to your board? If so, how did you do it? Suction cup?
I used standard flat one without any special tethers, but after few rides it fell off
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