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The more movement there is in the scene you’re recording, the faster your processor has to work encoding and decoding data to faithfully record it and pass it along the WiFi path. In some cases, slowing your pans and reducing ground speed may result is less “jitter” and fewer dropped frames.
 
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The more movement there is in the scene you’re recording, the faster your processor has to work encoding and decoding data to faithfully record it and pass it along the WiFi path. In some cases, slowing your pans and reducing ground speed may result is less “jitter” and fewer dropped frames.
Great tips! I worked for me. I have to add, it is gonna be **** regardless if ur in a wifi crowded area.
 
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I’ve limited my initial flying sessions to a field adjacent to a dense neighborhood. With WiFi of varying strengths in every house, it can be a nightmare. I’m looking forward to some country flying soon.
 

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