so went for something totally different to the norm ha, and made this latest mini vid have a spooky theme/feel.
This was using the very first footage i ever took with the drone and i did nothing with it.
Anyways let me know what you think :)
I loaded a .mov 4k file from my PH4 into Final Cut Pro. Horrible stuttering made it impossible to play even in rendered version. I know I can work in Proxy but was curious to see if the MP4 version would have the same issues. I converted the file in a video converter to MP4 keeping all the same...
I briefly tested P3P video modes 4096×2160, 3840×2160 and 1920×1080 (footage at ground, imported to Final Cut Pro 10.2.3 and output to 1920x1080 H.264 10Mb/s. I evaluated images exported from video in Photoshop).
The only difference between 4096×2160 and 3840×2160 is that the latter is 256...
I don't know if someone already solved this problem, but sometimes I have jerky/stuttering 4K footage from my P3P as if some frames were not recorded at all.
Problems are right into the original file taken from the bird, so naturally also in the relative Apple ProRes 422 converted ones...
I finished up the corner part of my fence and setup my gopro and had the Phantom II + hover for most of the shots. I also had a couple of shots taken with a regular camcorder. The multiple cameras gave me a chance to edit with "multicam" feature in FCP.