By Andrea Leblang Middle East, TurkeySeptember 22, 2015 Paragliding Rap Video Our extreme paraglide off Babadag Mountain in Oludeniz, Turkey. We were feeling pretty hardcore 😉 TweetSharePinShare You may also like Unique Food From 15 Countries Most Memorable Travel Moments of 2015 The Secrets of Butterfly Valley 8 Comments Frank says: September 22, 2015 at 4:23 pm That’s a great video and love the music. I’ve never done anything like that, would love to try that. And who knows about Turkey, maybe we’ll re-examine the whole thing over the next few months depending on what happens. Hmm. walking kind of funny there at the end. Someone have an accident 🙂 Frank (bbqboy) Reply Andrea Leblang says: September 22, 2015 at 5:00 pm Haha! Glad you enjoyed 🙂 That’s a dance move I call the ‘paraglide harness waddle’… you’ll be an expert post-paraglide, too! Keep me posted on Turkey! Reply Frank says: November 23, 2015 at 4:01 am I had to come back and watch it again. I’ll be doing a tandem paraglide tomorrow here in Cape Town…and if I come out of it alive Spanky says she might try it too (I can’t imagine, that would be funny). Great video. I guess I’ll have to find some music for mine too 🙂 Frank Reply Andrea Leblang says: November 25, 2015 at 9:16 am I’m SO excited for you to do this! I think you will both be surprised by how relaxing it is up there. Please make a video so I can see! Reply Frank says: November 25, 2015 at 10:48 am Hey Andrea! Went great and I’m putting together the video. I have technical question for you about uploading to youtube. It was filmed with a GoPro and I rendered it on my computer using h.264 1920*1080 which I’m told optimal for youtube. But I’m not really happy with how it shows up on youtube. Looks good on computer but ehhh on youtube. Any tips? Andrea Leblang says: November 25, 2015 at 11:17 am Can’t wait to check it out! Has Spanky tried it out? I’ve had the same issue, unfortunately. I always use 1920×1080 res but the quality is not as good once uploaded because YouTube automatically brings it down to about 480p. They do this so that the videos are more reliable based on a wide range of users with various bandwidths. Once you’ve uploaded your video, you can hover over the bottom-right corner and click the settings button. From here you can change the quality, raising it to 1080p, but only for videos you watch… you can’t set this as a standard for people viewing your video. Frank says: November 25, 2015 at 12:39 pm Thanks so much Andrea. I see the quality difference immediately when doing that. Damn Youtube! That really helps, thank you. Frank Reply Pingback: Safe and Sound - Paragliding over Cape Town - The Travels of BBQboy and Spanky Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.