I see a lot of people flipping and rolling their quads, but on my last attempt, it fell out of the sky.
What are the settings in Betaflight that allow them to do this without stopping the motors?
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It’s called Airmode.
It keeps the motors in a constant idle state, even at zero throttle. This gives you pitch, roll and yaw authority even when you are upside down.
You can enable it in the configuration tab in Betaflight.
You will notice that your props may try to spool up even when your quad is just sitting armed on the floor, but this is called I term ramp-up and is completely normal.
I tend to keep Airmode on all the time so have it set up in the configuration tab, but you can also map it to a switch in the modes tab so you only have it on when you want it.