Windows Video Maker is what I used to do the edits (on Windows 7). You can also get AnyVideoConverter online for free to change the codec to a more common file. Make sure when you do video conversions that you got the bitrate to where it should be. If I remember correctly, 1080P should be around 18MB/s and 720P is somewhere 12MB/s. <- these settings are on your editing software
On the camera I had the brightness setting in the mid to high 30s for night shots. The less darkness you have in the shot, the less demand the video will have for more bitrate = less pixelation. Make sure the bitrate on the camera is set to the highest setting, if you haven't changed it, it should already be set to high.
That's what I miss going to Go-Pro from Contour, the ability to change settings on audio, video, and bit-rate. Also, use a baby sock (wool if you can find one) over the unit to fix the wind issues.
Nothing at the moment
- '96 Race-retired GSXR 750 (Sold)
- '01 RC51 SP1 (Sold)
- '03 919
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