DropTableAdventures - DTAv3 - The Organ Pipes and Werribee Gorge
|Date Uploaded||2021-07-22 02:06:03 UTC|
|Date Released||2021-07-22 09:02:15 UTC|
|Location(s)||Organ Pipes National Park and Werribee Gorge|
|Camera(s) Used||2x GoPro Hero 8|
|Software Used||Final Cut Pro, QGIS, Motion, mTracker 3D, mCallouts|
|Subscribers when released||165|
Another attempt to sync up live GPS traces with a map, but this time by exporting the GPS track separately from the background map, so that QGIS’s non-deterministic labels don’t move around.
We synced it up with a timelapse video here, but unless you’re trying to do that, just fake it in Motion - it works way better, because in real life, you start and stop quite a lot.
First usage of mTracker 3D and mCallouts, for 3D titles and tracked annotations.
First appearance of Alex.
A while ago, we still had a 25km restriction on travel and the Organ Pipes came up as a possible destination we could visit. However, they turned out to be 27km away on further inspection. But that rule no longer applies, so they’re due for a visit.
Then we bring a friend for the 10km walk around Werribee Gorge. Original plan was Mt Macedon, but they’re still cleaning up the fallen trees from the huge storm that occurred there a few weeks ago. It’s a long walk, and a little harder than we expected, and there was a gigantic traffic jam on the “one way” section that’s not actually one way, but it’s well worth it for the scenery.