On today’s episode, we talk about capturing audio when shooting drone footage. In most cases, you probably won’t need to record audio. Under certain circumstances, however, it may be important for you to have an audio track to sync up with your drone footage. We talk about why you might want to capture an audio track and how to properly obtain it. Thanks for the question, Leroy! Fly safe!
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[00:49] Today’s question is about recording audio while shooting drone footage
[01:50] Do you need to turn off audio recording while shooting footage with any of the newer drones?
[02:10] Is it a good idea to turn off the audio recording on the Phantom 2 while capturing video?
[02:31] Should I turn off the audio while recording with the GoPro? How will this help me as I edit my drone video?
[03:01] What is a scenario where you should ideally turn on your audio as you capture drone footage?