Ok so first I wanted to get rid of the wind noise in a video (see external mic how to) Now I want to be able to add multiple cameras and .gpx data to the videos without being forced to use Garmin Virb Ultra 30 camera. Nothing wrong with the Virb Ultra 30 just I am a GoPro user.
I mounted a Hero 5 Black to the tank facing forward and a Hero 3+ Black to the rear, facing backwards, with an external microphone tucked under the tail. I then used the free iPhone app GPS TRACKS to record the .gpx data.
The video below is nothing special. You can hear the SC-Project exhaust clearly and the QuickShifter (for you Bogie). The bike has a tune installed. There is the occasional wheel lift under full throttle. (I'm not a squid..sorry). Other than that, the video is pretty boring and a test of concept. YouTubes compression sucks ass, but the originals in 1080p are good enough for any large screen TV.
Once You captured the video, audio, and .gpx data the work begins.
1. Take the raw video and edit it in a program that allows you to do a picture-n-picture video. I my case I used iMovie but there are many software editing programs that will allow it.
2. Embed the second video in the first.
3. Use the Audio Track from the external microphone camera and mute the other videos audio.
4. Clip and edit as you want.
5. Export video to at least 1080p 60fps video in the .mp4 format.
Now download the Garmin Virb Edit software. (FREE from their website).
1. Open the Garmin Virb Edit software and load your newly created .mp4 PnP video.
2. Add and sync the .gpx data and choose your layout and gauges.
3. Cut, trim, edit video as you see fit.
4. Export this video to at least 1080p 60fps .mp4
You're done and able to have professional looking videos uploaded to YouTube.
I hope this helps you. Feel free to ask any questions on the software. I will actually put up some interesting ride videos once the weather gets perfect for days on end.
My next installment will be a guide to where to mount cameras on the FZ-10.