Just went out for a short ride (maybe 60 miles). Just get back before it started to sprinkle. Also tested the camera mount. Still have some vibration and some resolution problems. Will keep working on both.
Thanks Yoda, yes I did some research and looking and could not find the stabilization thingy on Youtube. Did see some other programs. I tend to be leary of "free" software because nothing is really free.Thanks for sharing the video. Yea the roads were pretty smooth > . U-Tube no longer offers the stabilization for your video's . You might try one of the video stabilizing apps you can find on Google. Most of these are free downloads and work pretty good. Just another step before you post to U-tube ,but may be worth a look. :thumbup: The Big Horn video was nice and it makes me really , really, want to head out SOMEWHERE . Beautiful area.
I understand her concern and I would seriously consider taking that to court. As a single female (I assume she was the only one in the car) she would have a good case that the officer was being aggressive and she was in fear of her life since it was an unmarked car.Thanks for the video. I noticed that Spring has not arrived in North Carolina yet because trees are still barren of leaves . Here in Texas , trees and grass are green and wildflowers are everywhere . Gotta love Texas. Oh yea, my daughter had a car pull up real fast behind her last night and got right on her bumper in an unmarked car. She was afraid it was a road rage incident so she floored it to get away. 90 mph later she was pulled over and received a huge ticket.>>
I just rode through there, going and coming from Roger's Ride. Saw quite a bit of water, but no flooding. I believe Cairo is in IL instead of KY, but could be mistaken. At 9:41 in your video you can see the small IL sign on the bridge. But total distance in IL is maybe a mile, exiting KY into IL, then entering MO from IL.Todays Ride April 24, 2019
Just a part of today's ride. A short ride through a very rural part of Kentucky and crossing the Ohio and then the Mississippi rivers on US 61 in to Missouri. According to the map the two rivers join at East Cairo, KY (where the video was taken). The first bridge is across the Ohio River. The view crossing the Mississippi from the bridge was just the bridge so I did not include it. I think the technical term is the "confluence or the Mississippi and Ohio rivers, which thenbecomes the Mississippi.
Tried to take the ferry across the Mississippi at Hickman, KY but it was flooded out. Never thought to check since a very usually has a dock but in this case the ferry access road is now below the water. Lots of water in Kentucky. Been that way for several months a local in Hickman told us.
Those last two videos were taken with the camera mounted under the nose of the bike. Some of the changes are do to reflections I suspect.Nice Videos, In that earlier post, where you showed the camera, you might benefit if you could move the camera inboard of the turn signal. There my be a dead space there.
I'm not sure if that is vibration or a kind of false framing effect, caused by differences in light levels. It seems worse when the road is shadowed or changes from light to dark.
Its hard to tell from the map. It looks like Cairo is in IL and East Cairo is in KY. The small peninsula where the two rivers join appears to be in IL. And then a few miles later the road goes into MO. I missed the signI just rode through there, going and coming from Roger's Ride. Saw quite a bit of water, but no flooding. I believe Cairo is in IL instead of KY, but could be mistaken. At 9:41 in your video you can see the small IL sign on the bridge. But total distance in IL is maybe a mile, exiting KY into IL, then entering MO from IL.