1. LOL, I have never heard of anyone using real fur, it might work. You could try it and make your own vlog about it.

  2. Thanks. Good to know I am not the only one using Elements 11. You are right about then next vid. Wow, that means you watched the whole thing. Having a hard time sleeping or something?

  3. Oh man i do that all the time when editing my vids, cuss at myself and call out all the stupid things I do, then I post it anyways 🙂

  4. I use now a Cyber Director 10 editing software, but I do not think it works well with the editing of the wind noise.

  5. I am a terrible perfectionist, but not the worst. I usually decide I cannot take any more editing and retakes and just post it and run.

  6. I had considered trying it, but I figured the pelt would be too thick and block too much sound. I finally found fake stuff at a shop about half an hour away.

    PETA would be all over me if I did that, haha.

  7. Haha… Great series… I have Elements 11 also… still trying to get used to it! I think my major questions are with file types when finalizing, but it appears that will be in the next vid… so I will wait! Hahaha!

  8. Yes, I get that occasionally. I even did a vlog about it once, but it was pretty terrible and I took it down. I my tray again some day. I think my favorite character he ever did was the Yeti in Monsters Inc Maybe I will give that a try.

  9. im searching for a tutorial how to reduce the wind noise in my videos for 1 hour now and every single tutorial was made with terrible audio and video quality
    well the best way for high quality video productions is actually expensive hardware… for your mic as a motovlogger there is an awsome way for perfect audio without any editing… use a dead cat (if you think you have to kill an animal for that purpose google it first) there is no other way to remove wind noises completely for everything else a good microphone will help you a lot… for example "rode" is one of the best brands… best mic for motovlogging purposes: rode smart larv for around 60-70 bucks: https://www.amazon.de/Rode-smartLav-Lavalier-Mikrofon-Smartphone-Tablet/dp/B00EO4A7L0?ie=UTF8&camp=1638&creative=6742&creativeASIN=B00EO4A7L0&linkCode=as2&redirect=true&ref_=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl&tag=httpswwwyo0e5-21
    a much cheaper and also good microphone is this: Zalman ZM-MIC1 for around 6-7 bucks: https://www.amazon.de/Zalman-ZM-MIC1-Mikrofon-mit-Mikro-Clip/dp/B00029MTMQ/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&qid=1469134031&sr=8-1&keywords=zalman+mikrofon&linkCode=sl1&tag=zermot-21&linkId=a81a5dffc9b8619e70f0de922722ef42

    thats it… use a dead cat and a better microphone

  10. I’ll be sure to keep an eye out for it. I’m having challenges with my audio setup. It sounds fine on my quad with a Gopro, but sounds like crap on my bike with my Drift (I blame the drift). I will say after seeing your mic windscreen, I went way overkill. I padded mine with thick foam and then went over that with faux fur.

    Btw, you have no idea how hard it is to come by faux fur in northern WI! Everyone was looking forward to selling me real rabbit’s fur though.

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