On the way back from Houston, I stopped by Banana Leaf to pick up some Malaysian food and also got some Mochinuts. Everything was delicious!
I also set the GoPro on the dash and recorded a “TimeWarp” video of the drive home. The clouds look way better in the video than they did in real-life. I have the GoPro set to use its own color-profile, and I like the results very much!
Today we ordered a bunch of Malaysian food from Penang Shack which on the east side of Austin. Since we live far north in Cedar Park, it took about 25 minutes to drive there, but it was definitely worth it because the food was delicious!
I don’t get out much, so it was actually nice to have a longish drive. If you’d like to see what it was like, I recorded the trip with my GoPro. Please have a watch:
I love when the skies have plenty of interesting clouds, and it looked pretty bleak all day, but as the afternoon was turning into evening, the clouds starting breaking up revealing a bit of sunlight. So I grabbed my camera, hopped on my bicycle, and went for a ride. I’m very happy with how the photos turned out today, and the video is a fun way for me to relive the ride.
This evening I went to pick up dinner from Halal Bros and decided to make a TimeWarp video using my GoPro Hero9 Black camera.
Halfway through the drive there, I hit the button with the intention to activate the screen and check on the position, but I didn’t realize that doing this drops the camera out of TimeWarp mode and back to regular recording. This meant that I had to manually speed up the video at that point using Adobe Premiere Pro. It’s easy enough to do, except I didn’t know how much to accelerate the normal video to match the TimeWarp part. After some trial and error, I decided that speeding it up 1800% worked well, so there you go!