BEST SETTINGS for CINEMATIC Video (GoPro Hero 10, 9, 8)

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0:00 Best Cinematic GoPro Settings
0:40 Resolution & FPS
1:45 Lens & Stabilization Settings
2:34 ProTune Settings
4:00 White Balance & Exposure
5:00 More Settings

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In this video, nolan shows you the best settings for the go pro hero 10 for cinematic video.

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— These are the best settings
for shooting cinematic footage

on your GoPro, as well as some shortcuts

that are gonna make
your life so much easier

when it comes to filming,

You got to just press record.

first things first, we want
to scroll down on the screen

and change a few things in here.

So, first off, this is going to be on,

and this has your beeps on.
I like to just turn this off

and then when you also
power on your GoPro,

you’re going to to see

that this screen is a
little bit different.

This is your front screen option.

So, typically it’s set to full screen,

and we want to change
that to our actual screen.

And this is gonna show us the entire shot

so that we can frame
up our shot perfectly.

I’m going to go ahead
and hit the check mark,

and then we’re going to scroll
up to get out of that page.

And we are going to click
on this centered button

on the bottom right here.
These are presets for filming

and, so, I am going to go under cinematic

and hit this pencil mark,
to edit this preset.

From here, I’m going to go into resolution

and frames per second.

You do wanna be shooting in
the highest resolution possible

when trying to get cinematic
footage out of your GoPro.

So, if yours is set to 4K,

you’re gonna want to bump that up to 5K,

as well as if you have a newer
GoPro with higher resolution,

you can also select the
highest resolution possible.

Now, when it comes to the
frame rates down here,

I like to shoot in 24 frames per second,

because this is what movies are shot in

and so it just looks the most cinematic.

If you want it to look
like a show or a movie.

Now, sometimes you do
wanna shoot in slow motion.

This can look very cinematic

and so what you wanna do,

is shoot in at least 60
frames per second per second.

on this one, I’m gonna go to 4K,

and change it to 60 frames per second,

giving me some really
cinematic, slow motion.

However, if you have the newer GoPro,

you may be able to shoot
in higher resolutions

at 60 frames per second,
or 120 frames per second.

Now, if you happen to be
editing on your smartphone,

I do recommend shooting at 24
frames per second and 1080,

as well as 60 frames for slow motion

or even 120 — 240 frames
per second for slow motion.

For now, I’ll leave mine
on 5K 24 frames per second.

Up next, we have our lens
and it is set to linear

this is going to give us

the most cinematic Lens shot possible.

When we go up here to wide,

it’s going to give us a much
more wider field of view,

and this is definitely useful sometimes,

but I’ve just found that the linear shot

does look more cinematic

so, I like to leave it
on linear when I can.

Now, if you are wanting to recreate

kind of like a gimbal shot,

you can put this on Linear
and Horizon leveling.

This is going to keep the horizon level

as you move your camera

so, if you do move it
to the left or right,

it’s gonna help kind of
stabilize that footage

a little bit more. Most of the time,

I like to just leave
it on the linear lens.

For hyper smooth, I do like to turn this

all the way up to Boost, because,

this is going to give us
the most stable footage

which is going to help our
footage look more cinematic.

From here, we can leave everything as is

Scheduled Capture off, Duration No Limit,

Hindsight off, Timer off,

and we are gonna to go to Pro Tune.

Now, these are some
really important settings

that we wanna mess with here,

First off, we have Bit Rate,

and we are going to put this on high.

Again, this is going to give us,

the best video quality from the GoPro.

So, when we’re editing,
it’s as sharp as possible.

If you are editing on a smartphone,

I do recommend turning
this down just to standard

and this is going to use a
lower bit rate to save space

on your phone. Now, when it
comes to our shutter speed,

we do want to double our frame rates.

So, for shooting in 24 frames per second,

we’re gonna want that at 1/48,

now for shooting in 60 frames per second,

or 120 frames per second,

you’re going to want to
bring that number up,

to get it as close as possible
to double your frame rate.

However, if you are going to do this,

this will give you the
most cinematic footage,

but you are going to need an
ND filter because if you have

your shutter speed down at 1/48,

this is gonna let a lot of light in,

and if you go out in daylight,

you are going to need an ND
filter to darken the footage,

because it’s just going to be too bright.

So if you do not have an ND filter yet,

what you can do is just go ahead

and leave this on auto for now.

If your shutter speed is at 1/48,

your EV Comp is not going to allow you

to get in there and
mess with the settings,

however, if your shutter
speed is on Auto like mine,

we’re gonna to go to EV Comp,

and I like to turn this down to -0.5,

because, sometimes when it’s at zero,

I’ve just noticed that

to be a little bit too bright sometimes,

and I’d rather increase
the brightness in post

and in editing, rather than
trying to recover clip images

which is impossible to
do. Don’t worry though,

I’m gonna show you a very
easy way to change this,

to get the correct exposure
for your shot in a second.

Now, when we come down to White Balance,

we do want to change this for the shot.

So for outside is going to
be somewhere up here around

5,000 to 6,000 Kelvin.

And if we are indoors and
there’s warmer lights, you know,

we may see something like
3,200 Kelvin. However,

for now, I’m just going to
leave it at about 5,000 Kelvin.

And then as I shot, I can change this,

and stay tuned because
I’m gonna to show you,

how to make white balance a shortcut

so that you can change it very quickly.

ISO Minimum, is going
to be 100 and ISO Max,

we are gonna leave at 100 as well,

and this is something that we can change

If it is dark out, we can
increase the ISO. However,

we want to keep this at a hundred.

So there’s not a lot of noise in the image

when we are shooting.

And this is going to give us,

the cleanest best video
quality from the GoPro.

For sharpness, we’re gonna go ahead

and leave this on low because,

we can always add sharpness on post

And so, I like to leave that on low

and our color is going to be
Flat. This is really important,

It’s gonna give you more dynamic range.

If you put it up here to GoPro,

it’s going to add in contrast
and saturation to your shot,

which we don’t want to do,

so, we wanna make sure
that this is on Flat,

then what we can do is go into
our editing program later,

and we can add in as much contrast

or saturation as we want.

And this is going to
give us as much detail

in the highlights, in
the shadows of the shot.

For RAW Audio, I like to leave this off

If you turn it on, it’s gonna record

a separate audio file. However,

if you just leave it off,

it’s gonna bake it
right into your footage,

which is the way I prefer to
use the GoPro. Now for wind,

we’re going to leave
this on auto. However,

I really do recommend
that you get the Media Mod

and you get a shotgun microphone.

So, I’m gonna leave some
links in the description

on what I recommend for audio.

We’re gonna go over to shortcuts now,

and these are the four that I recommend.

We have White Balance, ISO
Max, EV Comp, and Hyper Smooth.

It doesn’t matter where these four are,

as long as you have them all
right here in your shortcuts.

So, I actually ended up changing out

the Hyper Smooth shortcut,

and I changed it to Lens because,

I found myself changing the lenses more

than I was changing the
hyper smooth settings.

And I want you guys to remember,

that this is all customizable,

so, you can always change your settings

to fit your own needs.

Now we can see, we have all
our shortcuts right here,

in the top left-hand
corner we have our EV Comp,

so if the image is too bright,
we can just drag this down

If we wanna make the image darker

to get the correct exposure. However,

I’d like to leave mine
at -0.5 for my base.

On the bottom left hand corner,

we have our White Balance,
that way it’s really easy

to get in here and match the white balance

with whatever environment
we’re shooting in.

And that way you don’t
have to run into the menu

and change it there,

you can just do it right
there with the shortcut.

In the top right corner we have our Lens

so, if you need to get in

and maybe get a wide shot
for a specific angle,

we want to get them, we
can do that very quickly.

And in the bottom right hand
corner, we have our ISO,

again, you wanna leave this at 100.

However, if your image is too
dark, you can increase this.

I really wouldn’t recommend going over 800

because the image can get a bit too noisy,

but to get the best
quality out of the GoPro,

you definitely want to leave this at 100

and just be sure to shoot in environments

that are really bright.

If you’re outside, that’s
gonna be perfect for the GoPro.

And that’s where this is
going to excel the most.

Click on the screen to
watch another GoPro video,

and I’ll see you guys in the next one.


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