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    First Video with my Go Pro

    Here is a link to my first MTB video using my new GoPro Hero3 Black. The footage is a little bumpy in areas probably because it was handlebar mounted and the trails aren't the smoothest. The video was edited using iMovie. Any tips to make smoother video would be great. I also want to look into ways to get better/more angles.

    Mountain Biking Tranquility Park Omaha - YouTube

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    There is no way to make smoother videos with handlebar mount attached to handlebar. Handlebar mount doesn't strecth over ny big tubes, but
    -Front fork lower leg, camera pointing forward, rearward, and sideways
    -If possible, try frame top tube close to headtube, camera pointing forward. This will eliminate wandering due to handlebar turning while pedaling hard
    -Seat tube, camera pointing backwards. Consider how much rear tyre you want to see in video
    And also get camera out of bike. I you video there were at least one scenery where camera was out of bike. You also seem to ride with friend. Try to get another biker in videos.

    Good video and great lookin trail. Hope to see more.

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