Using this camera on concert

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Hi guys, recently I used this camera (yi action camera v1.2.13) on the concert and the video exposure I got was horrible (due to the concert light which caused unable to see the artist face at all), any idea how does this can be solved? I do read some of the script posted in the forum but I not sure which one is appropriate, please advice. Thank you!
 

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Could you provide a sample (screenshot) from your video?
 
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Sure, as attached is some of the screenshot of the video. I using the highest setting which the camera offered.

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If you know how to use scripts you can use this command:
Code:
t ia2 -adj ae 64
It will do -1EV correction lowering ISO and raising shutter value.

And you can also adjust highlight clipping by this:
Code:
t ia2 -adj autoknee 255
It will add more details in bright areas.
 
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I'm new to this topic (modding stuff), do you have any relevant link for me to take a look?
 

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You can check my blog to get the idea of using scripts from practic examples.
 
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Thank you so much! so the code you mentioned can be stored in autoexec.ash and it will served as auotrun script?
 

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Yes. Those are commands which can be run from a script. Use Notepad++ or similar software to create/edit script files.
 
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