How To Film Cars With A Drone || TUTORIAL By Drone Film Guide


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  1. Thanks but can you tell me how to get exhaust sounds on the video without the drone noise? I realise the audio in your video is fake but do you know of a reliable method of achieving this with real realtime sound?

  2. Any tips for planning your flight when you can't use Google Maps like you did? Many of the places I want to drone is off-road and not a place where I can really plan like that. I love the idea, just trying to figure out how I plan like that when the terrain and trail may not readily allow me to plan well.

    Thanks for this video, it's one of the few, if not the only one I've found on this subject that's actually HELPFUL. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Excellent videos, I've been watching a ton of these. One of my biggest issues is getting good sound for these drone clips, how did you mic the mustang? Any tips of that?

  4. Hey man! We run a racing school and ive been following your tutorials on how to get better shots, this video is great! How do you go about getting convincing audio? Do you record inside the car and change it in post? Thanks a lot! Subbed!

  5. I indeed love all of Your materials, I hv the one question though. It's about the scene with the mustang that we can actually hear the engine speed going up and down as he overtake us.. did you use any program for it, or there was simply a mic on board the car? Thanks!

  6. Stumbled across your channel by accident and glad I did! Cracking info and advise – thanks for sharing!
    Weโ€™re doing the NC500 in July and Defo taking the P4P and Osmo with us. Canโ€™t wait ๐Ÿ™‚
    All the best folks- maybe see you around!

  7. These are by far, the best drone info and tuts vids published. In depth, precise and jam packed with useful tips. You guys do a great job. Thank you for the time and effort. Happy subscriber.

  8. Thanks for the great tips. Iโ€™m new to filming with drones and have a mavic pro and I need to film a VW California (spookily) in Glencoe in 2 weeks, can you tell me what FPS I should be filming at for a moving vehicle. I do everything else at 50 fps usually but is it different for a moving car?? Thanks so much for all your videoโ€™s

  9. Hey! Thank you all for your comments and discussion below! Just to let you know that as this channel is growing, we are struggling to reply to each and every one of you but rest assured that we do read your comments and value your input. Please do keep your comments coming! Drone Film Guide is evolving into a cracking community for those of us who want to do more with our drones and fly like filmmakers…stay tuned!

  10. Just have to say these tutorials are fantastic as a photographer and new drone owner this is inspiring stuff without the need for huge amounts of equipment and crew, nice one mate really appreciate this material it at least feels achievable after watching these!

  11. Great video! I just have an extra tip you might want to consider: if you know you are going to speed up the footage for a certain shot, it might be a good idea to decrease the shutter speed to increase the amount of motion blur to the point where it looks closer to what it would if the car and drone were traveling at the speed you want to create. Say, if you shoot at 30fps, with a shutter speed at 1/60th normally, but you know that this clip will be sped up 200%, then lower you shutter speed to 1/30th for that shot, so that when you speed it up, the motion blur of the final clip will be about the same as it would normally be if everything was moving that fast when shooting and it was shot using a 1/60th shutter speed.


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