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Thanks so much for the advice. I’ll see if I can order a cable from the link you posted.
I use footage from our aerobatic sorties as a reviewing aid. What I do is plug the olfi into my laptop – Windows 10 – then open files in Windows photos which, counter-intuitively, has a video editing facility.
I then use the trim function to cut the parts of the video file – which are on the olfi – that I’m interested in, and save the resulting trimmed footage to the laptop.
I’ve done one other properly edited video using a free video edit package.
Hope this helps.
Please go ahead and share
British? Sorry, v that was a typo….
I haven’t yet cut a British
Video of our aerobatics, but here’s a link to a formation sortie last week.
The Olfi feed is the fixed view over the pilot’s shoulder, the moving camera was my Google pixel 2.
The flight was arranged at the last second, so the shoot want will planned, but it turned out quite well. I edited the video in Shotcut.
Thanks for the reply.
I actually fixed the problem before your email came pinging in by just doing a default reset.
I’ll make sure not to turn motion detection on in the future…
I’m just starting to play with the camera and I’m really quite impressed. We’ll stick it in our aeroplane today and see how it performs.
One hardware issue so far is that the one of the press-fit brass threaded inserts in the skeleton cradle rotated loose and then came out altogether when tightening up a mount.
I fixed this with a generous helping of super glue, but thought you’d like to know about the issue.
Again, thanks for your help.