Grassstrippilot wrote:didn't know how the plastic would handle the stress of a hose clamp on them.
Grassstrippilot wrote:Ok, so I tried this set up and it worked very well! I was happy with it. I only have one thing to fix, I think. I had the mount as far forward as I dared before the plastic mount would start to get more stress from the hose clamp curving under the strut. In that position, though, the wing ended up being curved in the upper corners of the video due to the fish-eye nature of the lens. Did you have that issue too? I remember reading that you can zoom out a bit, but the further you zoom, the less the quality of the video. Did you do this to get around this? I just don't think that what little I can bring the camera out would be far enough.
Anyway, just curious if you had this happen and how you fixed it. Overall, I was very happy with it. It took one goof with the angle of the lens, but then I got it working great. Too bad that first goof was my first time into Chicken Strip. Now I need to see if I can rotate the video with my editing software. Matt, can you rotate videos in Magix?
crazedpilot wrote:Matt does Magix allow you to rotate at specified angles in degrees?
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