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Posted 05 December 2016 - 04:38 PM
But now I'm sad on a new level.
I've recorded almost half hour of movies with the camera upside down, because there was only place for an inverted mount.
The camera has no option for inverted recording, as the GoPro does. I imagined I would be an option to do it via software.
But there is not. The poor Nikon soft for PC has an option for flipping the video for watching on realtime, but when you save it for publishing on YouTube, nothing happens.
If I edit the video on a 3rd party soft, it looses the metadata for publishing as VR on YouTube.
Please, can you help me?
Posted 15 December 2016 - 04:16 AM
In fact now that I think about it, I think I understand why it does not auto-stabilise. I would guess that as it is designed as an 'action cam' if you are doing crazy flips etc the footage would be a lot less dramatic if it kept level with the horizon all the time..
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