Does anyone notice this, but when you watch Gopro footage even though it's either in 720p or 1080p it has just a strange look to it. When I compare it to my hv30 footage you can really see the difference.
Although when you watch the video on the gopro site the video quality is so much better. How can I get my footage to look like that?
mess around with the colors in editing(like color correction, adding or taking away contrast, saturation, and things like that)hopefully you'll find a solution that gets your footage to where you want it, you'll be surprised in how it might change. Also adding vignette can add a nice look to your shot, but don't over do it.
heres a little example:
whats that big bump on the landing?
There's always snow somewhere
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It's grainy in teh dark because of the way the software works on the camera. It's a fixed lense so the aperture cannot change. The only thing that can change really is going to be the iso because the shutterspeed is fixed in the video pretty much. higher ISO means more light, but more grain at the same time. It's made to keep the video at a certain light level-ish so it will automatically crank the iso up at the cost of clarity
Thank you. I have noticed that the camera seems to take really good footage in overcast and cloudy conditions. Last year I used 720p at 30 fps the every time, and there was a major difference in the quality between different lighting conditions, and the one day it was snowing was when the footy was the highest quality. I have noticed the graininess last year while night skiing, but it wasn't nearly as bad, but we did not have a ton of light on our urban mission.
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