I use Autopilot for every flight I make that has a "video mission". Its a great application, very powerful so much to learn. All the flight modes have Beginner, Intermediate and Advance settings. If you stay within the Beginner setting its a great way to get started. Also their Flight School is good at explaining all the features as well as providing good examples of missions, lots of YouTube how-to videos on settings and actual flight missions with Autopilot.
Bottom line, if you are using your drone for video missions I would defiantly consider Autopilot. Autopilot gets you to taking good to great videos quickly. You get to focus on the shot and not so much on the flying the drone. If taking great videos is the main reason you bought your drone then, in my humble opinion, Autopilot is a great investment.
The video is misleading. Both apps yaw the camera by yawing the craft, while maintaining a path of travel you dictate. This is fundamental to both programs. It's the primary reason you'd buy either program, to automate the smooth tracking of a POI as you fly by.just wondering because of the youtube
he says that the inspire one controls the yaw but not the phantom 3 which doesnt have the 360 degree gimbal . Neither does the phantom 4 I believe