3 Camera Views All at Once

Well lets say our team had a few cameras going at once. Behind the glass, down by the field, and up in the stands. All the coverage you could need :smiley:
Hope you enjoy!

Nice work! We too are working on some split-screen videos.

I added a 4th view from the robot. The footage is from an earlier practice round, but it does give a good perspective from right on the shooter.

I added a 4th view. It is from a different match, but it gives you the robot’s point of view:

That is cool… we tried the same idea… it turns out the m1011 has a 640x480 resolution that fits nicely within a 1920x1080… it is a shame that YouTube degraded the quality but still looks pretty good… here it is:

We’ve done something similar, with an onboard GoPro, a GoPro on our driver station with a directional mic to record our drive team, and another camera watching our robot from the stands/floor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRARC4OwDu0

I’ve been trying different ways of editing together our onboard Gopro and sideline camera. I tried switching between the two of them as well as split screen, now i am trying to have the camera full screen with the gopro in the bottom corner always up. I’m not sure which one i like best but what is something you like to do with multiple angles like this that still gives a large over all view? What have people told you about different views they like?

split screen- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWCIOulK0L0
bottom corner- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_uwsp88QMA
Switching- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwy5tynqQmE

That’s a pretty cool assortment… my vote would be the bottom corner… but… maybe position the PiP window as needed out of the way of anything worth watching that it covers. I found that top left corner stayed out of the way for most the video so I kept it locked down to it.

I would agree with this but i feel that it gets somewhat annoying when it moves around if there isn’t an open spot in the video.

Might as well have team 2485 join the band wagon

This is really cool! There are videos of just the match with driver POV but not the entire process from queue to scoring from all these angles. It really gives some great perspective.
Great job on the win as well!