xpfloyd wrote in post #18831931
It’s really annoying. Spent 4 days in Prague at the weekend shooting 4K/24 and then realised I can’t get the files into Luma! Although I watched a YouTube video today (was in German so no idea what was being said) where it looked like the guy copied the files to a WD passport wireless drive first then imported to Lumafusion and it worked so that makes me think the ravpower WiFi router I was linking previously might work. It’s out of stock on amazon though. I have copied all the files to onedrive today though so when I get home I’ll see if they can be imported from there. Bit annoying though as I would still need to do that extra step that way. I’m hoping the ravpower works as it will allow me to do it whilst travelling.
On another note I ordered a GoPro hero 7 black yesterday so looking forward to that arriving
with gopro, I'm not liking the ultra wide look, and linear wide angle, you're stuck with 2.7K, and I'm fine with that.
I've got timewarp to 30x speed, video to 2.7K 24fps hypersmooth. I may try to fiddle with the flat profile, maybe not. Biggest reason is because these small sensors need some work to get even in the furthest ballpark of a big sensor
you also need to know these settings for low light activation:
2.7k resolution (I recommend 1080p & above)
Frames per second - 60fps (activates low light)
Field of view - your choice. I used superview
Low light - auto
Stabilisation - auto
Protune - on
Shutter - auto
EV Comp - either - 0.5/-1.0 if colour correcting. Set to 0 if not.
White balance - auto
ISO Min 100
ISO Max 1600
Sharpness - Medium
Colour - Flat. Leave at gopro if you do not colour correct
Raw audio - off
Mics - wind
got it from a youtuber
that said, my gopro is already acting up, not sure if it's suppose to behave that way, but my screen has shut down twice already, out of nowhere, so I'll be giving them a call.
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