I'm seeing a weird pseudo 3D effect that I hope
is due to a rolling shutter
No, it's not 3D effect.
Drift HD Ghost, mounted on helmet, 170* POV, which is a bit cropped because I used proDAD Mercalli 2 image stabilizer (with Adobe Premiere CS 6).
Without the aditional video stabilizer the picture was even more shaky. It did great job, quite good result compared to the original footage. I know it's possible to reduce the Rolling Shutter effect too (the camera has CMOS sensonsor)... but I had no time to test all stabilizer's settings.
krijn, all my entries till now are edited... but I put Noise Reduction and adjust the levels in order to get better video quality.
I'm happy that on my new camera there is no need to adjust levels and colors.... simply because they look sooo natural.
My video has also unsharp mask... which I think is fair to be used. I will never use for example speed up/down or Hue sweep (like this on Shao's video).
by the way..... here don't says anything about "unedited" videos, something changed maybe!?!?:http://virtualfreestyle.com/index.php/about-vf/competition-rules
25 MB limit -> fast correction, bravo!
here is still the old 20MB:http://virtualfreestyle.com/index.php/about-vf/hints-and-tips
"Enable the "deinterlace" feature of your video editing software if it has such a setting."
it's not correct.
Progressive footage -> Progressive rendering (so disable deinterlace). If your camera records at 1080i (interlaced) instead of 1080p (progressive) than you need deinterlacing filter.
GoKiting & have fun!