Today I am going to share with you how to make a Bullet Time video with the Insta360 One X, Invisible Selfie Stick, and the Bullet Time handle.
After watching this tutorial you will be able to make a video like this.
What you cannot see is the wind… and 100 meter drop ⚠️🚷
Shot with the Insta360 One X on the Invisible Selfie Stick and Bullet Time Handle. Settings: Bullet Time Mode. Manual Exposure. ISO 100. Shutter Speed 1/500. White Balance Sunny. Log Mode OFF.
Posted by How To Make A Video on Saturday, March 23, 2019
HOW TO MAKE A BULLET TIME VIDEO
Mount the One X onto the Invisible Selfie Stick. And make sure the tip is tightly secured into the One X.
Attach the Bullet Time Handle onto the Invisible Selfie Stick.
Make the One X flat so it can cut through the air.
To allow the Selfie Stick to swing freely, screw the Bullet Time handle joint clockwise to completely loosen the head.
Turn the One X on. Select Bullet Time mode and start recording.
Fully extend the Selfie Stick and make sure the One X is flat. Lift the handle overhead and straighten your arm. Rotate the Bullet Time handle slowly in small circles. After 5-6 rotations, bring the handle down carefully and stop recording.
Edit Bullet Time video on the One X app. Download the Bullet Time footage to your phone. Tap the Bullet Time icon. And open your footage. Tap the Scissors icon to trim your footage into a short clip. Use the left button to trim the start of the footage. And use the right button to trim the end of the footage. Tap the tick to confirm your changes. Now tap the play button to see your finished bullet time video. You are now ready to export your video. Tap the Export button. Local. And tap Export to save the video to your phone.
Alternatively, edit Bullet Time video in Studio For One X. A Bullet Time video is only 3K in resolution. So it can appear a little bit blurry when you edit it on the One X app. The better way to edit Bullet Time is on Studio For One X. In this software you have the ability to zoom out the Bullet Time video and crunch more pixels into the frame. This will give a sharper looking video.
Import your Bullet Time video and make sure you are in the View tab. Here you can use the left and right markers to trim the start and end of your video into a short video clip. To make your Bullet Time appear more sharper, change the Field Of View to 100 and the Distance to 0.5. The Bullet Time Video is now zoomed out, crunching more pixels into the frame. To Export your video click the Yellow button in the top right hand corner. Leave Bitrate as Original. Choose a filename and folder. And click OK.
That’s it! You now know how to make a Bullet Time video!