Add wind / noise reduction “muff” or such adapted for the Veo microphone holes to the Veo-kit (or try to find/adjust what in the design of the Veo that creates the wind noise if a “muff” won´t solve the issue).
edit - another solution which I suggested in another submission would be to add the possibility to connect an external microphone that could have better wind/noise reduction and also give the possibility of a live commentator to a game
This is a big factor as something to reduce noise generated from wind to go over VEO while recording to counter the noise picked up would be great
Wind noise greatly diminishes the audio and video experience. Fist two games recorded the wind was 5-10mph resulting in not hearing coaches instructions during scrimmage or players communicating. I like the idea of a better mic as an accessory plus just adding wind dampening to veo’s mics. I assume they have zero dampening now.
I found some “muffs” for a gopro. Going to give them a try. They attach over the pinholes.
I would be happy with a simple external mic jack so we could hook up our own microphone with a cat tail down on the ground.
Hi @Aaron Rodriguez. Unfortunately not at this moment. But it is something we are investigating
Searching around it looks like these would serve the purpose. https://mymic.rycote.com/products/windshield-solutions/micro-windjammer/micro-windjammer/
i dont have a wind problem, i fitted something i made. Nitten TV youtube if you want to check out the sound
Care to share what you made Nitten TV?
drop me an email mate at email@example.com and il send a picture of it, but will be in 2-3 weeks time as im working away from home just now
Go to a fabric store and buy some long haired fleece. Tape it on your VEO. Be sure not to put tape over the holes for the microphones. Enjoy the cheap and quick solution towards silence in vindy conditions. And no, the hair does not interfer with the picture.
Another option: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09SL11LZB/
My son plays on two teams that use VEO. Both teams frequently have recordings where there is slight wind at times and those times the audio is unusable or very loud and unpleasant. I would recommend including a windscreen of some sort in future iterations or a windscreen add on for existing models. Just sounds horrible and is frustrating to use when there is wind.