Definantly agree, do any of you have any suggestions for export settings from final cut that are best quality for YouTube? I have been messing around with it for awhile and still think I can get better.
Again, dope skiing, poorly edited. I just don't like that genre in general and try to make the video flow a little better.
RIP Jack Wade
Gator's Backcountry advice:
-if caught in a slide, dig down as far as you can go and you'll eventually hit china...it's the only hope of survival
-the avalanche danger scale is backwards so that gapers don't track up all the gnar pow, so when it says high, it's actually skier code for low
I understand, video quality didn't come out too great because when I shot all the shots on my camera, I wasn't using the ISO in increments of 160 and let it go beyond 1000 a couple times, also messed up using the correct frame rates etc. its a work in progress I really appreciate all the great advice, I was a little fishy on the transitions when I did them and should have gone with my gut, next time though! thanks a lot for the advice.