Stetz wrote:There's no way for you to take your drive and with the camera behind the tee record the walk from the tee to where the shot landed and then edit it so it plays in a fast-forward type deal when someone views it? ya get what I'm saying?
Without a ridiculous amount of expensive equipment, it would look like Michael J Fox is filming. Speeding it up would just be out of control. There's no way for us to accomplish that with our limited time and budget.
I'm not changing the youtube description because it says exactly what it's supposed to say, and I'm completely open to any comments and criticism - especially (constructive) negative criticism. That doesn't mean, though, that I'm not going to respond and say why we didn't do something, or why we won't in the next video. I'm not responding just for the sake of argument, I'm just trying to justify what we're doing and explain the best I can why.
Then there's this:
Stetz wrote:It clearly states in the description in the very first post that this was "meant more to walk you through the course in a way that lets you see all aspects of the holes and all the course has to offer." Well, your video barely touches on this
I completely disagree with that. There's no way that an angle from the tee showing the hole in it's entirety, along with a camera following the flight of the disc down the hole's fairway "barely touches" on a hole's presentation. Short of flying a RC helicopter through the hole with a camera strapped to it, there's no way we can capture more of a hole and still keep the video fun to watch. Though the helicopter idea would be **** sick.
If anyone here has an RC heli, pm me.