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Old 02 March 2012, 11:12   #201
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Good video not bad at all lot better then some post on here I didn't see the horse tho
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Old 02 March 2012, 14:10   #202
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Great vid nicely put together
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Thanks for the replies. Can't believe you didn't spot the horse. I must have the tow rope far too long. Ill adjust it for next time.

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Thanks for the replies. Can't believe you didn't spot the horse. I must have the tow rope far too long. Ill adjust it for next time.

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New view added with the sticky pad. Really not sure how well these hold /how much faith i have so you can see the cunning placement of a cable tie. Should give a nice shot though.

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How is everyone mounting these on the A frames?
There only seems to be sticky pads available and I don't trust this for bouncing around on the back of a RIB. I can't find any mounts that can be screwed or bolted on, what are others using to mount onto the boat?
I bought one of these recently - cheap and cheerful and does the job - but mounting to my windscreen frame - may not be suitable for thicker tubing

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Take a look on go pro main website. They have a products page with loads of options.

http://gopro.com/camera-mounts/roll-bar-mount/

I use this one for boat and bike. Just check thickness of your poles. http://gopro.com/camera-mounts/handl...eatpost-mount/

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That particular mount will not work for a GoPro camera though. It has no thread in it's base.
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I like that mount, but I agree, check your roll-bar diameter first. Mine is particularly thick (a bit like me!).

None of the mounts mentioned so far allow the camera to be swivelled sideways though. I have e-mailed GoPro and asked the question with the predictable answer "no, we don't do one, but will tell our development team of your suggestion".

On the subject of GoPro software.............
can anyone tell me how to join together several clips of film to form one continuous file? WITHOUT USING A MAC.
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On the subject of GoPro software.............
can anyone tell me how to join together several clips of film to form one continuous file? WITHOUT USING A MAC.

Are you actually using the gopro software or something else.

I didn't get on with gopro cineform and used windows live movie maker. I found it much easier more tools simple slow motion shots etc etc. To make continuous movie just hit the trim and split tool and place the clips in the order you want it to play. Live movie make really is very easy but its a little hard to explain by text. Just give it a go.

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