App makes edit­ing sim­ple

The Western Star - - LIFE | GADGETS/GAMES - Mark Furler

WHAT is so good about the DJI prod­ucts is the video edit­ing app.

As soon as you’re fin­ished fly­ing your drone, you can check out the video sec­tion where a 30 sec­ond “high­lights” pack­age set to mu­sic is ready to go. More of­ten than not it man­aged to cap­tured your best scenes.

Of course, if you want more con­trol, you can edit your own clips and put them to­gether with tran­si­tions and your own mu­sic be­fore up­load­ing them to so­cial plat­forms such as Face­book and Instagram.

For much higher res­o­lu­tion stuff, you’re bet­ter to down­load the videos and pho­tos to your com­puter.

When fly­ing the Mavic Air, the new As­ter­oid QuickShot video mode is par­tic­u­larly cool. It flies above you, cap­tur­ing the sur­rounds to pro­duce a sen­sa­tional spher­i­cal im­age in a 10-sec­ond video. Other cool modes in­clude Rocket, Dronie, Cir­cle, Helix and Boomerang.

A new new Sphere panorama fea­ture stitches to­gether 25 pho­tos, cre­at­ing a 32-megapixel panoramic im­age within a minute.


COM­PACT: The Mavic Air folds up well.

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