Visit the yaw expo settings, and the pitch speed and pitch smoothing setting. You need to slow things way down with your moves, these settings can help. Videos like this should be less than 3min, most peoples attention span aren't very long for YouTube video. It might help your goals to list your address, city and phone number for the RV park at the end, still shot for 15sec. Also, I would put a 100mi radius map (maybe bigger) on the final clip, showing where you're located in relation to a major recognizable city, such as this:I don't have tilted horizon issues so far. The jerky video is because I rotated the P4 way to fast and then slowed it down in Final Cut. That is one of the things I have learned from this shoot. Need to slow down panning. Thanks for the input.
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Generally speaking, if I'm doing a job for someone I don't let the customer see all the footage, only snipits if he's present, but never the whole shoot. I generally edit an appropriate video and provide that, based on my own experience and opinions on what will help the customer sell their product. A good preflight discussion on what the customer wants to see is essential to provide "what they ask for". I always ask the customer to NOT BE PRESENT when I fly so I can concentrate on the job at hand, however sometimes the customer insists to be present, which is OK.