Your sequence settings should read 60 fps same as the gopro.
Guessing this is Holland: set gopro to pal settings.
For export turn off max depth and max render (if you have a dedicated graphicscard)
For future filming I would turn off Protune but that is personaly (I think it ruins the picture).
You can add all that stuff in Premiere you cannot take it out.
For export you can tweak the bitrate quite a bit up.
Yes, I live in Netherlands.
So, sequence the same, but in 60fps, and bitrate up - think 70/80 would be ok?
Just got back from a shooting trip, so I will try Your solution in a moment - thanks for the answer !
I just started my journey with video making
If that's true, then you're not ready for Premiere Pro. The first step is to get some education on the general subject of video production. Composition, lighting, sound, codecs and formats, etc.
Using professional editing software comes much later.
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I watched your sample and I think you did a really nice job with moving the camera with gimbal. You were fairly smooth and had finesse.
It's really hard to do that stuff. Wait until you have to WALK OR RUN with it, to keep up with talent and action. Boy, that will be a challenge ! Good first test !
I think you might be confusing color with levels ( color grading vs. contrast / brightness ). It was a little contrasty ( trees sorta dark, sky not quite showing clouds OK ) But in general it was acceptable. You can finesse it re: color AFTER getting your levels right.
Thanks for such good words ! It was just a couple seconds first time I hold the gimbal in my hands, I hope, in the matter of time, it would be better. I know that there's a long way of practice and learning (levels/colors included) for me to get good shots - but my determination is big .
I use very old version of PPro, but in old days, just dropping 'auto levels' into clip sometimes did wonders to fix stuff...
start running and exercising thighs and arms and back muscles !