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    messing around with gopro3 black edition

    the fps is impressive (see 3rd segment of the three), switch to HD of course


    ah hold up music rights issues grrr

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    stop being a NOOB dude lol ... hurry up so i can see this beast in action

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    sorry for my noobishness lol

    i giving up on music im just putting two shoes on every video from now on

    busy uploading

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    segment 3 is 720p at 120fps

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    I found camera doing weird stuff I gotta spend more time messing with it, a lot of the stuff didnt record

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    Sweet man , looks great .Im assuming you didnt record with pro tune huh ? I think with some small tweaking while editing this will be perfect .

    Can you record in 1080 @ 60fps please ? Next time you get a chance .

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonjm View Post
    segment 3 is 720p at 120fps

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    I found camera doing weird stuff I gotta spend more time messing with it, a lot of the stuff didnt record
    3rd segment meaning that drop off the concrete wall? Somethings not right. It should be smoother than that. Looks like you might have slowed it down after converting to 30fps. Nice footage in general though.

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    Nah man I hit that drop with major speed that's a fortune of frames you seeing


    Protune was on

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    Actually it's a little short on frames. What percentage did you slow it down? 120fps footage slowed to 25% will give you smooth action. Much slower than that and it'll be a little stuttery like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PedalDangit View Post
    Actually it's a little short on frames. What percentage did you slow it down? 120fps footage slowed to 25% will give you smooth action. Much slower than that and it'll be a little stuttery like that.
    10% lol

    Had to see if I was maxing out all 8 inches of fork, money bet

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    Ah...that's it. Still, it looks a lot better than 30fps slowed to 10% would. I don't know what you use to edit, but a lot of people like Twixtor for slow-mo. So 120fps + Twixtor might be magical for your super slow-mo. I use the Optical Flow feature in Final Cut, which is basically the same thing.

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    im using pretty decent video editing software

    ill mess with it some at say 25% and repost

    next time i do a drop im going to set camera to 240 fps at 480p

    ill also try 1080p 60fps for other stuff

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    youtube makes it look crap

    the video on this cam is significantly sharper than the ver 2

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