I have already searched for this topic, but sadly most of the time I just find articles about
frame rate and/or
shutter speed which doesn't reflect what I am looking for, really. This question is somewhat long, but I hope this doesn't bother anyone.
I started using a
GoPro to film
POV motorcycle shots using a chest mount in
1/120 shutter speed,
Flat color profile, using
ND8 filter for overcast and
ND16 filter for sunny conditions.
ISO is set to
For post production I use
Final Cut Pro X
The filter reel has the following items in the exact order:
Neat Video Reduce Noise v4,
The result of this looks like that:
It seems like
Neat Videois killing some of the road details which improve the speed sensation thing, but without the plugin, the footage would contain allot more noise, which I try to avoid.
At the moment the
Hypersmoothseems to be the only image stabilization option available at the chosen resolution and frame rate. Not sure if there is a not so smooth alternative (plugin or setting) out there.
This video (the intro) here is fantastic as to show what I would gladly try to achieve: Example video
What can I do while filming or post production to get a better sensation of speed without using
Retime Editor? Please point me to helpful tutorials and plugins or simply give hints. Thanks!