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How have they made this shot?

Discussion in 'Video Editing, Recording, Software & Hardware' started by kiawill, Mar 19, 2017.

  1. kiawill
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    If you watch from 8:30 to 8:50 you will see the video changes. How have they created that smooth cinematic shot?

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  2. The NotARubicon!
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    It looks like they slowed it down and added stabilization.
     
  3. Sinc
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    this.
     
  4. kiawill
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    How do you add stabilisation?
     
  5. WannaBeDerp
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    They Might've recorded it on a steadycam and indeed as said before added stabilisation and slowed the footage down
     
  6. YAOG
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    Definitely slowed down, not necessarily stabilized. It looks like it was shot in 60FPS and slowed down. When you shoot high framerate and slow it down it just looks silky smooth.
     
  7. TheDutchTexan
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    I don't see the tell tale warping in the corners, so if they added stabilization in post they did it to very clean panned footage. My guess? They put that tripod to the test.
     
  8. The NotARubicon!
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    We make videos using iphones, running up and down rocky trails chasing Jeeps.. In virtually all shots we are able to add stabilization without any 'telltale signs' or warping of any corners and without any panning necessary..
     
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    Moved to the recording / editing / production / hardware forum. :)
     
  10. TechSpotJosh
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    It is a setting in the camera they're using. They're shooting in slow motion, something only high quality cameras can achieve (looking that smooth.) Essentially they are shooting many more frames per second than your average camera can shoot to obtain those shoots. You can accomplish this in post but it will not look as nice as it is in the video. I know when I worked with pro cameras I would always program one of the available buttons to switch quickly between regular shots and slow mo.
    --- Double Post Merged, Mar 19, 2017, Original Post Date: Mar 19, 2017 ---
    It looks like it was shot in much higher than just 60fps. Probably 100+
     

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