Awesome Mountain Bike Video

The title says it all: If Only Every Mountain Biking Video Was Shot Like This...

I assume they used a glidecam (Steadicam) with a body vest and flying arm for shooting this footage. It looks that they also had flying cameras on steel cables running above the single track. I can only guess the amount of work behind this free ride MTB clip. Good job guys!

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  1. Everything is so together in this vid, unbelievable. Good job, and tanks for promoting it!

  2. Hi constantin! really great video! hey, do you know how to edit the 60fps videos of de gopro for smooth slow motion like this vid?? cheers!!

  3. Hi Raul! It all depends on the capabilities of your video editor and your computer.

    I use Magix Edit Pro 15 which allows me to directly import the MP4 clips from GoPro HD. I work on the slow motion (or fast motion) from the Effects/Speed menu.

    If you run the software on a powerful computer you can get "world class" results. Unfortunately this is not my case. I struggle most of the times with my laptop. That's why lately I shoot in the lowest resolution (848/480 pixels - non HD) and I export the video in DV AVI at 720/480 p (runs faster than exporting in MP4 or full resolution AVI) and thus the proportion of the video is altered - everything and everyone seems taller and thinner (because the width of the footage was reduced from 848 to 720 pixels).

    Ulead Video 11 works pretty well but it's not that convenient as Magix. The menu and editing functions are a bit clumsy. Also you must first convert the GoPro HD MP4 videos to AVI with MPEG Streamclip before importing and editing with Ulead. They accept MP4 but not with H.264 encoding.

    Working with 60 fps footage should render nicely in slow motion. If you only set the speed to half, you will still have 30 fps showing - which is great. My latest MTB video has a scene where my partner makes an Ollie trick which is rendered in slow motion - it was shot in 60 fps (that's the default frame rate for lowest resolution - r1 - in GoPro HD camera).

    I hope this helps. If not, shoot me an email and I'll be happy to give you more details.


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