In what international jurisdictions is it prudent to blur your plate? I'm assuming it's a wise move, but what a time consuming process it can be (Movie Studio 14 platinum). Any tips?
a lot of folk have said to me they like seeing the bike so it would possibly put viewers off if they can't see the bike and it's dash.It would be easier to aim your cam higher in order to not show your speedo, and try not to capture your own plate, if so put an emoji to hide it
Agree: part of the attraction is that the cam footage is immersive - the viewer is the rider. Lose that and I'll lose most of my 9 subscribersa lot of folk have said to me they like seeing the bike so it would possibly put viewers off if they can't see the bike and it's dash.
If you have some sunglasses with polarised lenses try looking through at the dash with them rotated 90' the screen should now not show. If it works then buy some polarised film and put it on your camera lens.I have an LCD readout for speed - any filters going to work with that?
The software I have that has tracking doesn't work in 2.7k, it doesn't seem to like that resolution for some reason.If you have acces to motion tracking software (After Effects for example), you can place tape crosses around your speedo screen if they are in a high contrast tone against your dash. The cross markers can serve as tracking points for you to later apply a blur, a sticker, or anything you want.