Remember follow us on Instagram: @ArbTec Where I upload GoPro Tips! Welcome! I am jusenima And on this opportunity I will talk about PROTUNE. This is a Advanced Setup Menu on All GoPro cameras To acces to PROTUNE, slide to the left side Press the button to activate it In this panel we will find COLOR, WHITE BALANCE, ISO, SHUTTER SPEED, EXPOSURE and SHARPNESS adjustment In other video we will talk about the audio In the COLOR option we have 2 options. FLAT COLOR (PLANO) and GOPRO COLOR By default, the camera comes with GOPRO COLOR If we leave it that way, the camera will do automatic color correction. With this there is not much that we can do in the editing program, since the RGB colors (Red Green and Blue) will already be modified. And it will be like do color correction to an image that already has it. If we choose FLAT COLOR, The colors will be recorded as perceived by the camera sensor. With this we will have more freedom to do color correction in the editing program (Lightroom, GoPro Studio, Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro) If you want that I upload a color correction tutorial. Leave me a Like and Subscribe right now! i upload videos every Thursday! The next setting is white balance. This is a control that serves to balance the color temperature in the image. The colors registered by the camera depend on the lighting. It can be as natural as sunlight or as artificial as a light bulb. And also you can have a different color temperature. On a cloudy day the predominant color will be a bluish hue. On a sunny day or a sunset the predominant color will be a reddish hue. In a room illuminated with incandescent light the predominant colors will be of a warm tone (yellow, orange and red) The color temperature is measured in Kelvin In this case Gopro Hero 5 has 6 different color temperatures ranging from the coolest to the warmest tone 3000k for Cloudy situations 4000k for Slightly cloudy 4800k for White light (Tungsten light) 5500k for Day Light 6000k for Incandescent Light (Warm Light) and 6500k for the Sunset On the HERO 5 we have the option to adjust the white balance in 'NATIVE'. In this case the camera will capture the image with the temperature perceived by the sensor. All these images were captured with the FLAT color setting. We must be very careful with the white balance adjustment. Because if we capture something with a color temperature. In postproduction that temperature will be almost impossible to modify This is a setting that I personally did not modify and I always keep it in automatic mode. So that the camera itself determines the type of light that is entering the sensor and set the color temperature present in the image automatically. If I am going to capture a scene in the Arctic I recommend setting a cold color temperature: 3000K To transmit the sensation of cold. And if I'm going to record a sunset, I'll choose a warm color temperature, say 6500k, to transmit the sensation of heat. The next setting is the ISO This is a setting that helps us only in low light situations. If we are in a situation where the light is good we will set the ISO to a minimum (400 and above) And if we are in a place where the lighting is not very good we will choose a high ISO (6400 to back) So that you can get to see what is being recorded, of course You have to be very careful with this setting, because the hight ISO will produce grain in the image the next setting is the shutter speed. We must set the shutter speed to at least double the frame rate per second. This time we will use a FPS of 30. With this we must set the shutter speed at least 1/60. In this case the sky is seen is carved of light. So we must raise the shutter speed to at 1/240 or set it in Automatic If we set the FPS to 60, 120 or 240, we will have more shutter speeds available. Right now we have the same scene recording at 1080p / 60FPS at different shutter speeds. When there is a lot of movement present try to use a high shutter speed. So that the movement can be better appreciated and more stabilized The higher shutter speed will make the image darker For which we must compensate this with the ISO. But remember that the high ISO generates grain in the image. This time I use an ISO 800 If there is not much movement in the scene, we will use a low shutter speed to make the image appear brighter Personally the shutter speed is an adjustment that I never handle and I always set it in automatic mode. The next setting is the EXPOSURE Which usually helps us that the image does not see burst of light (Overexposed) In case there is not much light it helps that the white areas become whiter. This is a setting that is only available when the shutter speed is set to automatic mode.... Right now we have the same scene captured with different exposure values. The last setting is the SHARPNESS Low, Medium and High SHARPNESS Do not need to talk too much about it being described by itself. Well we got to the end of this video I hope you learned something new today.