Tips for creating epic action camera videos: how to make the most of a day out on the filming, how to snag the best footage, and pro tips on editing. Lights, camera, adventure, action!
1. Get to know the action camera
The first thing users needs take some time and learn all about GeekPro action camera, including the features and settings, because action camera is a powerful little thing and you want to learn what settings are appropriate for different situations.
2. Stard with the end in mind
In order to figure out how to make the best film possible, we suggest considering what you’d like to do with the film before you even head out the door to start shooting. The more complex videos will require more editing time and effort.
3. Practice before heading out
The time to learn about your action camera settings and figure it out how to mount it correctly is a task to do before you head out on the slopes. You will have a much easier time learning from the warm home than to take your gloves off and fiddle with the GeekPro action camera in cold temperatures. We would also suggest you to take the time to do some practice shots.
4. Make sure you are familiar with your action camera
Do you have everything you need? Batteries charged? Enough memory? Mounts? When we’re skiing, we’re always making sure that the angle of the camera is where we want it. This is a crucial part of this process so double-check your action camera before heading out.
5. Be prepared for adjustments
A multitool is ideal for making quick adjustments to your GeekPro action camera. We suggest you to always keep a multi-tool handy so that you can adjust your mount if necessary.
6. Have your battery in mind
Every battery that you use up you’ll have to decide what to do with. Be sure to turn off your camera when you’re not filming.
7. Get plenty of battery power and storage space
GeekPro suggests bringing at least one extra battery and being prepared for maximum file storage because you don’t want go out without an extra battery or two.
8. Mounting your action camera
Make sure that you have a helmet, chest or pole mounts, which you can keep it in your backpack when not using them. It’s really easy to have these all close at hand.
9. Watch your footage right away
GeekPro recommends watching your footage as soon as possible and also clear out footage you know you’ll never use. This approach makes it much easier to go back and find your favorite clips.
10. Save your footage on external hard drives
Make sure you don’t run out of space so keep a few portable external hard drives on hand.
11. Edit GeekPro action camera movies like the pros
Use a professional video editing programs, like Adobe Premier Pro or Sony Vegas.