5 GoPro Tricks To Make Cinematic Videos | Jan Klaeui

5 GoPro Tricks To Make Cinematic Videos | Jan Klaeui

This video shows you step by step how to make your GoPro videos look more cinematic!

Trick 1: Eliminate the Fish Eye Effect
Trick 2: 23.976 FPS
Trick 3: Stabilize your videos
Trick 4: Color grading
Trick 5: Match the cuts to the music

#GoProTricks #CinematicGoPro #GoProTips

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GoPro Hero 7:
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