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Infinite Carves (video)

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Created by azymuth 4 months ago, 28 Jan 2022
azymuth
WA, 1626 posts
28 Jan 2022 5:43AM
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Fun with my GoPro 10.
Not sure neoprene harem pants will catch on

Australia Day, Cottesloe WA, SSW 20 knots.

2keen
WA, 240 posts
28 Jan 2022 6:09AM
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Love the boom cam footage, great edit!
Reckon you could work on your dismount

John340
QLD, 2597 posts
28 Jan 2022 10:59AM
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Nasty dismount with potential for ankle / knee injury and or falling onto the foil

WsurfAustin
228 posts
28 Jan 2022 9:25AM
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Man that looks fun. A great watch while I jones for some wind. Can't wait to get out again. Been dead here for 2 weeks.

segler
WA, 1225 posts
29 Jan 2022 1:21AM
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Hey guys, if you are going through the fuss and bother of editing and producing such as nice video as the one above, how about adding the overlay gauges that show your speed and track in real time. All the GoPro cameras beginning with the 5 Black have gps built in. Turn on gps in the settings. The gps data are embedded in the video file and are easy to edit into the output with the software.

WsurfAustin
228 posts
29 Jan 2022 2:14AM
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segler said..
Hey guys, if you are going through the fuss and bother of editing and producing such as nice video as the one above, how about adding the overlay gauges that show your speed and track in real time. All the GoPro cameras beginning with the 5 Black have gps built in. Turn on gps in the settings. The gps data are embedded in the video file and are easy to edit into the output with the software.


My gopro way too old, but maybe there's a way to sync gps data track from phone to gopro video(post process) ?.

CoreAS
678 posts
29 Jan 2022 10:02AM
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SICK riding guys

deep swell gouging style, love it! Your conditions are so different, powered up all the time...spectacular

azymuth
WA, 1626 posts
29 Jan 2022 12:17PM
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segler said..
Hey guys, if you are going through the fuss and bother of editing and producing such as nice video as the one above, how about adding the overlay gauges that show your speed and track in real time. All the GoPro cameras beginning with the 5 Black have gps built in. Turn on gps in the settings. The gps data are embedded in the video file and are easy to edit into the output with the software.




I'm not keen on tracking speed on every vid - speed is not the focus, turning/carving on the swells is much more fun.
Before foiling I spent 5 years down the rabbit-hole of speedsailing and in no hurry to go back there


Here's an example of speeds for a fairly typical session playing around riding small bumps, not pushing it.
SW 15-23 knots.
Freestyle 87L board, Phantasm PTM 830 wing and 103W mast.


segler
WA, 1225 posts
30 Jan 2022 12:58AM
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Yes, you can sync any GPS file to its associated video file with such software as Dashware (free) or Race Render (modest one time fee). I have successfully synced various MOV, MPG, MP4, AVI, and WVF video files with various GPX, NMEA, and FIT GPS files. (In the case of FIT, Dashware works only for FIT v1; most devices now produce FIT v2.)

The challenge with this is finding a recognizable spot on the video and the same recognizable spot in the GPS file. Usually a sharp jibe works for this. Or, better, a crash.

Before I started using GoPro, I used to sync the video from an old Contour ROAM camera with a Timex GPS watch. It worked well.

The nice thing about the newer cameras with GPS built in is that it is all pre-synced. The software above recognizes video files with embedded GPS data.

thedoor
1546 posts
30 Jan 2022 1:20AM
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20 knots on foil seems plenty fast to me. and How about only three crashes per session

WsurfAustin
228 posts
30 Jan 2022 10:10PM
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segler said..
Yes, you can sync any GPS file to its associated video file with such software as Dashware (free) or Race Render (modest one time fee). I have successfully synced various MOV, MPG, MP4, AVI, and WVF video files with various GPX, NMEA, and FIT GPS files. (In the case of FIT, Dashware works only for FIT v1; most devices now produce FIT v2.)

The challenge with this is finding a recognizable spot on the video and the same recognizable spot in the GPS file. Usually a sharp jibe works for this. Or, better, a crash.

Before I started using GoPro, I used to sync the video from an old Contour ROAM camera with a Timex GPS watch. It worked well.

The nice thing about the newer cameras with GPS built in is that it is all pre-synced. The software above recognizes video files with embedded GPS data.


Cool, thanks. I'll check it out. My max in the I76 so far (Ive only recorded a couple times), was just under 18knts. Plenty fast for me.



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