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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-11-2016, 02:44 PM Thread Starter
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A few videos from last weekend (no versys)

I know this is a stray from motorcycling, but i sold my Versys and now only have the Teryx. I thought a some may enjoy watching, but be warned the audio is horrible. I want to learn how to edit, but this is my first time even uploading to Youtube. So any and all constructive criticism is absolutely welcome.

Camera: Drift Ghost-S HD
Machine: 2009 Kawasaki Teryx 750 sport Monster Edition
Place: Concord, Vermont
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It really was a ton of fun. I got that camera after talking with you about a year ago, and am finally doing stuff with it again. I really hope to learn to do light editing so i can make these videos more fun to watch. Thanks for watching Joe.
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Nice trails, they seem to be well used. Did you get a snow plow for it too?
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no, where we are up there a plow on a side by side wouldn't do much. It is kept at our cabin and the road is unmaintained and not plowed so not sure you can even get a truck up there once it snows significantly. We really don't know because we just got the cabin last Jan. and it hasn't really snowed too much.

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YouTube offers some basic editing functionality (titles, transitions, stills, music, etc...) in their editor.
I would recommend that you find the hole for the mic on that camera and get one of these (or similar): Home of The Original 'MICROMUFF' - DSLR microphone wind baffle
I put one of them on my Contour Roam 2 because the audio on it was unusable above 25 MPH due to wind noise.


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YouTube offers some basic editing functionality (titles, transitions, stills, music, etc...) in their editor.
I would recommend that you find the hole for the mic on that camera and get one of these (or similar): Home of The Original 'MICROMUFF' - DSLR microphone wind baffle
I put one of them on my Contour Roam 2 because the audio on it was unusable above 25 MPH due to wind noise.
Yeah so i am going to look into an external mic on the cheap as i don't use this that often. I am also trying to add music just to get rid of the wind noise. These videos are my first uploads so they are totally experimental.


On another note, I uploaded a very similar post on the kawasaki teryx forum, and about 100 views with absolutely no feedback. This forum is honestly the best group of people i have had the pleasure to associate myself with.

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Yeah so i am going to look into an external mic on the cheap as i don't use this that often. I am also trying to add music just to get rid of the wind noise. These videos are my first uploads so they are totally experimental.


On another note, I uploaded a very similar post on the kawasaki teryx forum, and about 100 views with absolutely no feedback. This forum is honestly the best group of people i have had the pleasure to associate myself with.

Thanks for the feed back folks.
Sounds good to me!


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