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Here's a video that I put together covering my last track day (Sept. 23), at Mid-Ohio for the 2014 riding season. It's a compilation of footage from two different GoPros mounted on separate bikes. In addition to capturing some of my riding, the video highlights my buddies on the following bikes: Honda CBR600RR, Suzuki GSX-R600 and a Kawasaki ZX-6R. Some of the opening scenes were captured at a previous track day back in June.

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Great stuff Charles...very well put together. Enjoyed it. start was very good.
Can I suggest you try a condensed variation of about 5-6 minutes...this will hold the audiance right till the end.

....and try a version with the music off, for a portion in the main body of your track work. Fellow trackday junkies want to hear the bike screaming as much as anything else.;)

Looking forward to your next one
 

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Thanks for the feedback VM! I've been experimenting with the items you point out (length, music on/off, etc.), so your input is not only valuable, but very timely. I checked out some of your videos and can see exactly what you're talking about.

What video editing software are you using? I use Pinnacle Studio 16 and feel that I've only scratched the surface of that program's capabilities...
 

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Thanks for the feedback VM! I've been experimenting with the items you point out (length, music on/off, etc.), so your input is not only valuable, but very timely. I checked out some of your videos and can see exactly what you're talking about.

What video editing software are you using? I use Pinnacle Studio 16 and feel that I've only scratched the surface of that program's capabilities...
We use :

27" Mac
Final Cut Pro X
2 X Gopros
Canon 60D
Lots of suction cups, go pro attachments and gaffer tape !!!
 
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