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Go Pro 4 Hero Black - Fundamentals and creative field tests

teacher avatar Greg Hung, Travel Videographer

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14 Lessons (45m)
    • 1. An introduction to the course and what you can expect

    • 2. What's included with the camera

    • 3. Navigate the menu on the Gopro camera

    • 4. Updating the firmware to version 2.0 to unlock new features

    • 5. 1 7 gopro4 pairing

    • 6. 4k video setup comparison in a 3d printing studio

    • 7. 2.7k video setup comparison in a 3d printing studio

    • 8. All about mounts

    • 9. 1 8 using the go pro app

    • 10. Purchasing a memory card

    • 11. 1080p 720 comparison with music

    • 12. 6 1 Nite photo and painting

    • 13. Create a Flux Time Lapse Video in Gopro studio

    • 14. 12 1 Gopro 4 summary

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About This Class

Taught by Greg Hung, a digital nomad, teacher, and film producer that has been scuba diving and filming videos with SLR camera, drones, and the Go pro 1 since 2011. In his 5th video related course filmed in the Makerbar studio space in Taipei in this course you can expect a well-planned curriculum covering the fundamentals from batteries and power, mounts, using the Go pro app, updating the camera, to operating the menu.

Once we have covered the fundamentals Greg covers more creative and exciting topics like filming in the ocean and doing walking tours at night.

A series of field tests are done to help narrow down the many different video setup choices available in this camera.

Greg uses the creative field tests to show you real-world scenarios to help give you creative ideas for how to use the camera. From walking night tours, to a head mounted bike tour, to mounting a suction cub mount outside a 12th story window building this course is designed for you to learn in an entertaining way.

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Greg Hung

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Hi I'm Greg. I'm a South African Canadian Travel Videographer aka Global Citizen. I first got into video filming with a sharp camcorder in high school making my own short films and tennis video and editing on a VHS.  In 2011 in Simon Fraser University (Vancouver Canada) I rediscovered my love for video while filming an earthquake hiphop safety video for a Media Course. 

After I graduated from Simon Fraser University (BA Communications) in Vancouver Canada I went on to pursue a successful IT career working 13 years as an IT manager. I went onto to complete my MBA in Technology Management SFU and found my Entrepreneurial inspiration to start my own travel video business in 2011 during the DSLR video revolution. I sold my downtown Vancouver Apartment, bought an iMac, a Can... See full profile

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1. An introduction to the course and what you can expect: Hi, guys. This is Greg Hung from Sheik Productions, Not calm. I've made previous courses on how to make money with travel videos and how to unleash your video creativity with the Go Pro camera. Now, recently, GoPro's released the next model off this camera, the GoPro hero four Black and some of the new features on it are to have four K video on Teoh perform really good night lapses at night time. So I'm planning to put together my past experience from putting together courses, and I'm excited to explore some of the new features with a scope roll camera. I wanted to create a structure course, but I also want to go out in the field. So one a good combination, something that structure but also entertaining and something that's gonna give you a lot of value and help you learn a lot about using this camera. So stay tuned, and I hope you enjoy the course 2. What's included with the camera: welcome to the course. And this lesson we're gonna talk about what came with your GoPro once included. Now keep in mind that they're different editions of the GoPro for black and some additions include different parts, but you're definitely gonna have your GoPro for you want to make sure that you have a mini SD card to begin with, because without it, you can't film anything, so the mini SD card plugs into the side of your GoPro. But if you want to use it in your laptop or your computer, you're gonna need that larger adapter that the Mini SD card will go into. So we're gonna talk a bit more about memory cards in a later section. But just keep in mind that is important to get this card before you start the battery door on the GoPro. It's at the bottom as opposed to the back and GoPro three. And the battery is different from the GoPro three. So unfortunately, you can use a GoPro three batteries on the back of the GoPro for black. There's no screen unlike the silver edition. But don't worry, because there's wireless in the GoPro that you can use to connect your app on your smartphone to control it and frame the shot. Now, the GoPro comes with a lot of different bits and parts and bolts that you may not always need. So I'm gonna cover some of the main mounts that you're gonna need to film great footage. And one of my favorites is a suction cup mount, so we're definitely gonna provide good coverage of that. Other mounds were going to cover are the head strap. The chest strap mounts a zwelling The tripod mounts in the GoPro four. You may have a power wall adapter, and this is useful because it usually charges faster than if he used the USB wire to charge up your GoPro from your laptop or your computer. And this frees up a USB porch on your laptop, which some of the your laptops are giving you fewer of these days. So that's why it's important. The exo skeleton case that comes with the GoPro is waterproof, similar to the GoPro three case, but a bit smaller. But the adapter of the bottom fits with the older amounts will talk Maura about mounts during the Mount section 3. Navigate the menu on the Gopro camera: no. In the last lesson, we updated the GoPro for black camera to version two point. Oh, this changes the menu around a little bit. In this lesson, we're gonna take a tour off the camera menu so you get familiar using the camera straight on the camera, which can be useful in some situations. So to begin, we're going to turn on the camera by holding down the mode button. That's the big round button of the front for three seconds or longer when the camera turns on its gonna say herro for and then give you the version number. Once the cameras on weaken cycle between the different camera modes by pressing the mode button. Once some of the main modes are set up video photo and multi shot burst mode. The side button is used to drill down into a particular mode, So if we wanted to adjust some photo settings, we would cycle to the photo mode and then press the button on the side to adjust. The video settings were going to cycle to the video mode and then tap on the side button, so this allows us to change some of the video settings once in the video mode, we compress the mode button to go down to the different video settings, and then we would tap the shutter button. That's the button at the top to change some of the settings in video mode. For example, if we want to change the resolution from 10 80 you would tap on the top button while it's highlighted, and we keep on topping it until we have the setting that we want. So we want four K Happy with that. And then we would press the mode button, too. Highlight the Knicks option. Now we have frames per seconds highlighted. If you want to change that, we can press the shutter button or we can keep on pressing the mo button to cycle down here . We're going to turn pro tune on and then keep going down to change the I S O setting Now. Usually, if you want to exit a mode, it's gonna be the last option. Once we're out of the video mode, when we look at the camera display, we can actually get a lot of good information. For example, we can see that's a four case shot at 24 frames per second. It's a wide angle with pro tune on, and we could see the battery life. Now we've pressed the shutter button to start recording video. We can see the amount of time that it's recording for, and then we can press the shutter button again in the talk to stop it in the set up mode, you can change a lot of the general functions of the camera. One of the most useful functions is to change the wireless. To turn that on will cover pairing your GoPro to an AAP leader. You can even change that annoying beeping sound that the camera makes. I use a set up mostly for the wireless. And if I need to format the memory card and I don't have time to parrot with my phone, you can also access the reset wireless option. When you click the reset camp and similar to the video mode function, you use the mode button to change what's highlighted and the top shutter button the change of selection. Now we're in the photo mode, and once in the photo mode, we can press the shutter button at the top. Take a photo and you can see. Once you took a photo, that number advanced from 1 to 2. So that completes our tour off the GoPro for camera menu. To be honest, I try to avoid using the menu on camera whenever I can, because it's just a little bit from he going through some of those more specific options. But if I just need to start a video or take a quick photo or to turn account honor off, I mean, it's a lot easier just toe do that from the camera. That being said, when you first get your GoPro camera on, we're trying Teoh hair it up with our smartphone using GoPro out. We're going to need to do that through the gold program. You. So that's actually gonna Segway into our next lesson where we're gonna like our go pro to go out using an iPhone. So stay with me, guys. We're almost there. We're gonna go out to the field and do some tests. Get out there. Be some shooting. Almost there 4. Updating the firmware to version 2.0 to unlock new features: The first step, if you're gonna do the manual update is to go to the link below and fill in the serial number, which you can get inside the battery compartment and then fill in some information. In this lesson, we're going to talk about updating your GoPro's firmware. Unlocking out is gonna update your GoPro's when it locks these new features. It's probably one of the first things that should do, and there's three different ways you can do it. One is GoPro studio with Second Is your GoPro up. And in this lesson, we're going to cover updating your GoPro manually, which I think is the most reliable option because I tried the other two options with not much luck. So it was my last resort. So the way the manual update goes is that you're going to go to the go pro websites and download a file called update dot zip. Once that finishes downloading to your computer, what you're going to do is move that file over to your memory card and then you're gonna double clicking it. So to prepare to do this, what I recommend is to clear your memory card. Your mini SD card that's going to go into your GoPro before you put that update dot zip file on the mini SD card and then you can bring the dot zip file over and double click on it, and that's going to create an update folder. After you've done that, you're ready to reject the memory card. If you're using a Mac and then you're gonna put it into a GoPro, make sure it's off and make sure you got battery power, and then we're gonna start the update process. Okay, so we're gonna insert the mini SD card into the side of the GoPro, and then we're gonna power it on. What's gonna happen is your GoPro's going to say that it's updating and you're gonna see this message for about three minutes. When it's done, it's going to say update 100% completed and then pay attention because you're gonna look for a message of, says Herro four and the 2.0, this version might be different, depending on when you're actually updating your fall from GoPro's website. It probably will be higher later on if they update more features into the software 5. 1 7 gopro4 pairing: hi and welcome back. In the last lesson, we went through a tour of the GoPro for camera. In this lesson, we're going to take a step forward and learn how to pair are GoPro app to the go pro camera and life is going to become a lot easier. So before we do this, I recommend you operate to the latest version off your smartphones offering system iPhone users. That's IOS eight at the time of recording. And after you do that for your smartphone, you want to Donald the latest version off the GoPro out after the APP is finished downloading. You wanna have your GoPro camera on and ready and then you want to open up the GoPro out is gonna give you some directions on how to get to the wireless area on your GoPro camera, and that's going to display apparent key. Now it's gonna use Bluetooth to begin the pairing, and you're gonna find a GoPro camera that's probably going to begin with go pro and set of numbers and then you want to look at the password on your go pro entrant in your iPhone or your smartphone and then select pair. I apologize for some of the temporary green blips. But I rather show you what's displaying on my iPhone rather than you not being able to. Okay, after this, you gotta enter in a character password. And while I'm doing that, I just want Teoh stress that if you're having problems with this, it's okay. I struggled with this quite a bit because I didn't upgrade my IOS to the latest version. And because of that, I couldn't download the latest version on the GoPro app, and I just had a lot of hiccups. So let's get back to the pairing. Okay? After you set your password, we're gonna back out of the GoPro app. And now what we want to do is to connect to the WiFi and network that your GoPro camera is broadcasting. So once we've connected to the GoPro WiFi, we actually don't have Internet connectivity. Okay, there is the WiFi network, Greg Hero four on. Then I'm gonna enter in that eight character password that I just set. Okay. Your smartphone may think a little bit about whether it's going to accept the password. I wish you good luck once you get the tick box or the check mark. That's a good sign. And after that you can then back out and go find your GoPro app. If you see connected control lit up, that's a good sign. That means you can click it and open up the app that's gonna lying to see the preview of what the GoPro's looking at. So I'm just gonna tests on a sample recording by pressing the red button and do a highlight tag. Okay, congratulations on hearing your GoPro app to the camera like this is only going to get easier from here. We're going to do things in the next lesson like learn how to download images from your GoPro how toe take photos and do video recordings. So a deeper dive into the next lesson. So stay tuned. 6. 4k video setup comparison in a 3d printing studio: No. Hi. This lesson I've got to go pro on a tripod using the tripod mounts. And I'm gonna test Celt GoPro using different resolutions and frame rates so you can compare what the difference is. This was shot indoors in the evening and I applied the pro tune color preset from GoPro studio. You can look at the bottom left for the exact setting in the GoPro app. We're gonna play that back one more time. But this time, part of the screen is gonna have no protein color preset for you to do a comparison with the original notice that the ultra wide field of view gets a lot more in the picture than just the regular wide field of view. I hope you found this lesson useful. I was surprised to see a little bit of noise at this resolution. In the next lesson, we're gonna do a similar comparison in 2.7 K 7 2010 80 But because we got higher frame rates, we contest out some slow motion. So stay tuned for the next lesson. 7. 2.7k video setup comparison in a 3d printing studio: It's not a good idea to jump with you. 2.7 k medium view. I'm here to this place before I suggested it. They're Williams here. 8. All about mounts: No, I This lesson. I'm gonna talk about the GoPro bounce. Now, Uh, harness that I'm wearing is chest mount on. What we would do is the GoPro attacks is over here on, uh, use the bolt. The GoPro's turning on the tripod mounts. It's one of my favorite mouths because this tripod is light enough that I could pick it up on, take it with me and use it like a selfie stick. Except this one has three lights. Okay, so I'm just gonna show you how we take it off. So two mounts the GoPro onto these mounts. We need to put on the actual skeleton case. So that's this guy here. So I want to take us off. Tape the bull off. Screw. It's okay. And Tripod Mounts is one of my favorites on the chest mouth which mountain over here, like, so make sure angle it in a direction that wants 90 degrees would be good. And then I walk around like this, which is a little bit strange, but that's how it works. Okay, Lets smells show is had struck mounts. Okay, So pretty easy. Just take bowl off, then I'll touch it. Tiu had struck mounts. I tried the test drop mounts last night. And to be honest, I don't like the footage. It's a bit shaky, but it's better than holding its with a handheld shop. Okay, now that struck mountains. You might see it in some of the scuba diving commercials, but this there's better mounts get scuba diving footage from. All right, so that's the head strapped mounts schools right on top of your head. They teach you how to do it. Okay? I haven't tested on the headstrong amounts. That maybe will be some testing, and we'll show you what I think about from this now next Now I'm gonna show you, is when my bigger amounts it's called a suction cup mouth suction cup mouse is awesome because you can attach Teoh different services like glass, even the little car strong enough that you can mounted to the outside the car. Drive on. It'll still stay stuck. Okay, So suction cup mouse just goes folk here. All right? I know I will just sit over here, but a lot shop impress in the bottom, and then we locked out, and then we can adjust the angle, depending on what we want felt CES is really strong through solid to take it off. Just put your finger way card, some off made mouse. There's a whole lot of different mounts. Go Rogue gives you a whole lot of its involves that you could use on. There's other mounds, like the surfboard mounds, which I recommend. I didn't have a lot of luck with that amount on another amount that you may want to try, which is popular, is a selfie stick. These are just some of the main months that trial in your GoPro mounted in gold will get you better footage that using it on the health on. If you do plan Teoh get aerial footage will need to mount your GoPro. Usually get gimble. That's gonna make adjustments. Teoh compensate for the movement on the drone walls in the air, but hold gave learns a bit. Vault amounts with the GoPro on Go there 9. 1 8 using the go pro app: Yeah. Before you begin, make sure that your iPhone or the smartphone that you're using has the most current version off the operating system. This actually does make a difference, because when I try to updates my GoPro app on my iPhone, I actually got the older version and had trouble pairing the go pro camera with the APP. The latest version at the time this lesson was made was IOS 8.2. After you've updated your operating system, then you can go to your smartphones app store on an iPhone that's just called the App Store and search for GoPro and then download the app. After you download the GoPro app, you'll need to go through the pairing process. If you haven't already, please watch the previous lesson on pairing a GoPro camera into the APP. After you have successfully paired your GoPro camera to the APP, then you're going to see a connect and control button that you can click on the GoPro app and that will take you to the main display. Now on the main display, you're going to see some useful information from the video settings to the settings. Button the modes button the record shutter button, the media display area and as well as some useful stats, probably the most useful function. All the main display is you're going to use it to help you frame your shot to see what your GoPro camera lenses seeing now in. If you don't have access to this, display the go pro camera lenses so wide that usually you can be confident that you're getting most of what the lenses pointing at in the picture, if you have it pointing at a 90 degree angle now in the top left on this play, we also got useful information such as the camera name, your video resolution, the frame rate and the field of view. When in photo mode, this top left display is going to change to give you the megapixel count and whether you're on auto or manual mode. The logo on the bottom left of the main display with the square tiles is the media display area, so this is pretty cool. You don't have to wait until you take your memory card out of your GoPro to check out some of your footage. You can preview photos, multi shots, time lapses and even videos. This is pretty cool because you can get that instant feedback to see if you need Teoh. Retake the shot. Keep in mind that you have to keep your smartphone close to the camera so that the WiFi signal is strong and from the smartphone, you can save the video clip or the photo and share it out to your friends. The Settings area of the GoPro app has a lot of choices for you to make, and you can spend a lot of time here if you want to. All three modes have all the settings that could be adjusted on just one screen. So tends to be very long. I recommend doing this from the app rather from the actual camera. Keep in mind when you make adjustments to the settings, these air automatically pushed to the Go Pro camera. Some of my favorite things to do from the Settings area are to delete one file or delete all the files from the card. I could do it manually, but I just feel a bit more comfortable doing it from the APP. If you want to check how much memory car capacity is, how many photos you can still take without filling up the card or how many minutes you can . So recording video There is a useful memory car capacity area in the settings area that you can check out. It seems that there are a lot more choices you have to make in the GoPro four Settings area than in the Harrow three. But for video, let's keep it simple and keep these pointers in mind at certain resolutions and frame rates . Pay attention to a low light mode, which may be available or not. If you're gonna select pro tune, that's going to allow us like more options. And one of the most important options in this area is called the I S O. The higher the Aiso value, the better the camera is gonna be able to film in darker or low light areas, But you will get more Corinne or noise that big red circular button on the bottom center. All of your main display is your shutter button. Use a to record video or take photos. Keep in mind when you press it is going to start flashing red. If you're actually taking video and the counter is gonna display how many seconds you've been recording for once a recording gonna notice a new feature, a yellow buttons going appear. And this is the new highlight tagging feature, which will allow you a figure out which spots in the video or which moments were some of your best, so you can pick them out easily when you're editing, You can also just specific values in the photo settings mode. Check out some of the lessons later on light painting and time lapse for some tips on specific values you can set. So that wraps up our coverage on using the GoPro app. I hope you found that useful. There's a lot of things that you can do in the up, particularly in the settings area. I recommend that you check out some previous lessons on video set of comparisons where I showed you different frame rates. Resolutions and fields of view also look out for other lessons on field tests where we're going to do things like time lapse videos. We're going to do some light painting and night lapse photos for some other ideas on how you can use GoPro out 10. Purchasing a memory card: Yeah. In this lesson, we're gonna talk about memory cards for your GoPro for so the GoPro for because it shoots high resolutions. Now, up to four K video smiles that the GoPro is going to create are gonna be a lot larger. I took it out today to do some testing and a 32nd 4 K video is gonna take up about 220 megabytes. So that means if you're gonna do a one minute video, you're getting up to 500 megabytes and gigabyte for a two minute video. So at a minimum, I recommend a 32 gigabytes micro SD card and I'll show you what that looks like something like this. And to use it in your laptop, you're gonna need on SD card adapter like this, and it just fits in just over there and then pops into your laptop. Another tip about getting your memory cards is GoPro has a site that I'll put a link to this video. And on that side you can see a list of cards that GoPro recommends, and I noticed that the GoPro four supports up to 64 gigabytes. So if you can, I recommend getting that card or Lisa minimum several 32 gigabytes mini SD cards 11. 1080p 720 comparison with music: No. Hi, this is Greg Hung here in the last lesson, we did camera set up comparisons in 2.7 K If you haven't checked that out, please do so first in this lesson, we're gonna compare 10. 80 p and 7 20 p. Something to look for in the 10. 80 p. Comparison is that as we move up to 120 frames per second began an option for low light. Also, look out for how the different fields of you give a different feel on the picture as opposed Teoh. What GoPro's typically known for which is that really wide fish lens? Look. Okay, we're gonna move up to 240 frames per second. Now note how how much the noise increases and the dark tent, which I really didn't expect. I hope this lesson gave you some ideas off some different camera set ups that you can use using different resolutions, frame rates and fields of view to achieve different looks 12. 6 1 Nite photo and painting: you know. Hi, This is Greg Hung from Sheik triage productions dot com. In this lesson, we're going to talk about how to use the night photo mode and how to do a light painting with your GoPro camera. So there's some photos that I took with my GoPro camera using the night photo feature. I was really impressed by how much that's improved with the GoPro for by setting your camera to night mode allows you to change the shutter speed. GoPro's website gives a good table. It gives you a guideline. Usually the less light or the darker that it is, the longer you set your shutter speed setting, too. On my first attempt, I went out with my GoPro camera and the suction cup mount to a street in Taipei. At night time and in night photo, Modi set the shutter speed to 10 seconds, this gamey and over exposed picture, as I could see by going to the media display in the app. So this was a great way to get some feedback on the settings that I use. So what I did is I went to go change the shutter speed in the photo settings from 10 seconds to auto and you can see some of the other settings that I used in the set up using the APP. Your GoPro can also be used to get some neat pictures like this called light paintings. So to get this shot, you're going to need your GoPro, your GoPro case and something with some stability like a tripod. You're also going to need a light source. So for these pictures, I use my smartphone. Next, you're gonna want to go to a dark area, and then we're gonna need to change the photo settings so you can take a look at the settings that I use here. But generally we're gonna want to change the shutter speed from at least 10 seconds for minimal light settings to 30 seconds if you want some longer writing time or if it's really dark. So once you have your photo setting set up in nine photo moat, you're going to hit the shutter and going to start writing with your smartphone. So it's a little bit tricky at first because you have to imagine what you're writing in the air. But you can look back on your GoPro's media display to get some feedback on how it's working out so you can experiment and make some adjustments in the settings. But it's really fun, so I hope you enjoy that. 13. Create a Flux Time Lapse Video in Gopro studio: in this lesson, we're going to cover using a time lapse using photos, which is more of the traditional time lapse. So by going to photo mode, you can set up some of the settings under multi shot. So the most important setting you want to do here is your interval. And ah, once you've done that, you can frame and shoot your shot. Once you've done shooting a shot, we're going to go over to post production where we're gonna open GoPro Studio and take a look at the photo files that it created. So when you finish your time lapse, you want to open GoPro Studio and then find your image files and drag him over to go pro studio. What I like about GoPro studio is it's going to take all those files and then aggregate them, put them together into one time lapse movie for you, and then you can name what that time lapse is. And then there are a few options you can do here. I like to remove the fisheye effect, and then when you're done, you can add the clip to the conversion lists. So this is just going to prepare the time lapse video so it can be edited without any delays. Or like when the conversion is complete, you'll be able to click on the step to, and we're just going to select a blank template share and we're going to drag in the render time lapse into the video editor timeline. So this is a normal play back over here. You can see it's a very short time lapse. But if I want Teoh get a little bit mawr out of what I already created, what I can do is I can slow down the speed of the video and you'll notice once I slow it down that there's a check box called Flux that I'm able to check. So I'm gonna slow down to 70% with the flux effect. Let's take a look so it looks pretty nice. Okay, so we're gonna take flux off now and play it back. You can see that it's not a smooth without the flux effect here, but we're both getting ah, Dittemore length out of the clip now that we slowed it down to 70%. So the next step is we're just going to go ahead and save the project just in case something happens and then we're gonna name the file. So first, we're gonna name the project. Before I export, I wanted to apply a color preset, so it's a little bit tricky, actually, to display them all. But if you go into the bottom right hand corner, you can see me struggling to pull it up. I wish GoPro would make that a little bit more easier to access. But anyhow, it's in the bomb rank corner and you can click and pull that all absolutely can see all the color presets. So he is simply click on any of those presets and then you can see what it looks like in the main window there. Okay, so now don't have applied my effect. I'm ready to go to step three and export my video. So I'm just gonna find an area that I want to see in the file. So que called time lapse maker. And I'm going to save it as a custom file because I want a little bit more flexibility into the video fall that I'm creating my first time exporting using flux. Actually crash GoPro studio The second time it worked but I had to wait around 20 minutes for a nine second video. But take a look at the results that actually reminds me off a superhero movie where you got the trail and you can see it's a lot smoother. Compare this to the regular time lapse video and you can see the difference. Let's take a look at it one more time, side by side. 14. 12 1 Gopro 4 summary: Hi, guys and girls. Congratulations on completing the GoPro four course. I really appreciate it. Try to pack a lot of my previous experience in creating courses to create something that's really high quality and interesting. For those course, let's start talking about the GoPro for camera. So GoPro three GoPro included four K into the camera, but the frame rates were not usable, but the GoPro four has some usable frame rates. When you open the GoPro on you, take it out of the box. You have tow updated to version two to unlock a lot of the features that being said actually struggled quite a bit. Teoh get it up to the newer version, so actually created a lesson that I hope helps to get past that hurdle. Once you do update it, the next step I recommend, is to get familiar with the camera and to install the app on your smartphone. So then you can control the camera using the up that makes your life a whole lot easier. And then you'll see that GoPro's packed a lot of features on the photo side as well as the video side. Uh, that allows you to make a lot of choices, so that's good and bad. So I hope some of the lessons and the field test that we did help you make some of those choices and allow you Teoh get some ideas on how to use the camera to help you with your videos. The weaknesses of the GoPro have always been performance in low light and the batteries. Sorry to say that the batteries air still not very good. They only last about an hour, but the video performance is got in a little bit better in low lights, but the photos are doing a lot better with the night photo feature. I got some pretty decent photos at night with the GoPro, so you don't not Teoh. Take your GoPro home when it comes time doing night time shooting. The GoPro Studio video editing software is pretty good for free option Some of the templates that they have ally to creative video a lot easier, especially if you're just new to video editing and you're not sure where to start. I'm sure that you feel comfortable creating videos following the templates and using the presets that the software includes, so that's it's if you plan on getting a little bit deeper in a video editing, I'm planning on creating a future course on Final Cut Pro. What's That's my bread and butter and thanks again, appreciate you joining the course, and I hope you learned lots and enjoy it.