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Side Shot / Firefly

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    CP598
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    Had a little time to play with the Side Shot and Firefly. You can see the pellet in flight graze him in the back of his head. Almost a full on head shot. Still learning. https://vimeo.com/538870052

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    dannya1a
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    link isnt working

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    CP598
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    Yeah, trying to figure out how to have the video show on the post, and not be a link to Vimeo. Fixed the link though.

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    dannya1a
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    nice shot. what is cutting off the top of the video? used to seeing almost all of the circle. if you look at mine just a few posts down that is a firefly camera as well in the new orion cam setup.

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    CP598
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    Thanks, it was about 75 yards. The top of the picture is cut off, due to me zooming in when I edited the video. 

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    dannya1a
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    ahh ok. Nice.

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    jdanvers
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    @cp598 — what do you use to edit the videos if you don't mind my asking?  I've got the same camera and have recorded some videos with it in the past but:

    A) everything is backwards (mirror imaged)

    B) I absolutely suck at video editing . . .  I've not the first clue how to get started with it  ( lol )

    I just want something brain dead easy – pull video file(s) off of camera.  Flip so everything is normal (vs. backwards), rotate if need be ( sometimes thing recordings at weird angles ) and finally just be able to save it so I can post and share.

    -=- jd -=-

     

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    jdanvers

    @cp598 — what do you use to edit the videos if you don't mind my asking?  I've got the same camera and have recorded some videos with it in the past but:

    A) everything is backwards (mirror imaged)

    B) I absolutely suck at video editing . . .  I've not the first clue how to get started with it  ( lol )

    I just want something brain dead easy – pull video file(s) off of camera.  Flip so everything is normal (vs. backwards), rotate if need be ( sometimes thing recordings at weird angles ) and finally just be able to save it so I can post and share.

    -=- jd -=-

     

    I wanted something exactly as you describe. I've tried a few and wasn't able to find anything that was that simple. I am currently using Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve 17. It is extremely powerful and free. I don't have a clue how to use even a fraction of what it has available, but I am able to get by. It does have a function to flip the image which I do.  

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    dannya1a
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    DaVinci here as well. Learn a bit more as I get more involved with playing with my video edits to do or add different elements to them. It’s free and powerful. Who could want anything more?

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    CP598
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    CP598
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    Is it only Youtube videos that you can embed right to the post? You have to click on a link in my Vimeo hosted videos.

    Can anyone help me with this?

     

    Thanks, 

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    CP598
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    Tried to shoot a fly. 

     

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