GOPRO HERO 7 BLACK SLOW MOTION - Tutorial and Settings
In this video you will find the comparison of GoPro Hero 7 settings for slow motion. One of my favorite features from GoPro is the ability to capture super slow motion, and now we can take it one step further with the hyper smooth...
I was experimenting with slow motion. I set the GoPro to 1080p 120 fps. Once I imported it to my computer in Premiere I modified the clip as follows: Interpret footage --> Assume this frame rate: 60fps. This is what I saw in a Youtube video on it; they said that to get the best slow motion...
Hello, I have used my GoPro4 for a long time without problems.
I like to film at 1080 - 120fps and then in GoPro Studio just change the speed to 25% and it has always given me smooth slow-motion.
But recently, after updating everything as soon as there is an update on firmware, studio and now...
Hello, I shot video yesterday in 1080p / 60 wide. fps and it seems to randomly go into what looks like slowmo or something. I shot in 1440 a week ago and every video was perfect.
I am playing it on my 24" imac:
Processor Name: Intel Core i5
Processor Speed: 3.1 GHz
Number of Processors: 1...
My brother and I are making videos during our holiday to Australia in both Sydney and Cairns :)
Here are the first two videos from our time in Sydney!
We are in the process of making our next two videos in Cairns (one of which is us scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef!)
I think these are both done on this slowmovideo open source program. I'll have to try it out, but it looks really complicated. Does anybody know of a simple to use program or plugin that can do these effects?
I just purchased a Hero 3 Black. I was recording my sons hockey game and the video is ALL in slow motion and sound does not match. I have recorded several other videos and did not have this problem. I am using 720-120. Help
Hi, my first post here so hello to all.
I have tried editing video once before using footage taken on a sony handy cam which wasn't very successful. I try to use linux o/s for everything if I can but couldn't get a decent result when trying to create a video.
My most successful attempt was...
Sorry if it's a kind of obvious question but I'm new to the intricacies of filming video. Everyone talks about filming video at 720p at 60fps but why is this preferable to a higher resolution or higher frame rate?