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  • Drbgaijin
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    It was snowing . . . so what?

    Lately most of the northern hemisphere has been having a very hard and severe winter.
    In Kumamoto, Japan, we had 1 day of snow! Very unusual.

    Here is a very short movie of my take of the snow.

    EDIUS WG8.1, music from SonicFire Pro library.

    https://vimeo.com/channels/drbgaijin

    It is the first movie in the collection.

    Regards
    Douglas

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  • Seemedia
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    Vanitas

    Vanitas

    RAW > BMD FILM > GrassValley HQX 10 bit (codek) > H.264

    NO LUT

    Camera: Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
    Lens: Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8, Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8, Nikon 50mm f/1.8, Samyang 85mm T/1.5, Tamron 70-300 f/4-5.6
    Color Grading: DaVinci Resolve 12, Edius 8 Workgroup (correction)
    NLE: Edius 8 Workgroup

    Request - Headphones please :)

    https://vimeo.com/seemediafilms\vanitas

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  • pachycephalic
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    Dragracing clip

    Here is a clip I shot the other day using a Panasonic HC-X1000 in 2160P50 and resized to 720P50 for Vimeo. It shows the accident of a friend of mine as he rolled his dragster after completing a run of over 175mph. The distance from me was about 800m (1/2 mile) and reveals the problem I often have with heat haze from the track over this distance.

    https://vimeo.com/150394683

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  • Bart
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    Here you'll find 3 music clips edited with Edius by the musician (my son).
    This was his first experience with Edius. With just a few explanations from me, he was able to create these clips.
    Another proof how user friendly Edius is.

    My son is a professional sax player.
    Any feedback on his clips (editing) or music is welcome.

    Enjoy ...

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...s4CSOJa7FCRWpz

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  • lexwind
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    My first edit at home with Edius 8.1 (trialversion)

    Shot with 3 different GoPros, a cheap DSLR camera and a Sony Camera, the action in house and on the street was recorded within less then 30 minutes.. everything went too quickly!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31hhzj_hoSY

    P.S. after 8 days, my trialversioncode was not accepted anymore?! I should have access untill 19 january 2016. Someone has any idea why it says Serial number not valid anymore?

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  • Drbgaijin
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    Thank you, Steve
    I liked the animated ones.
    I think I'll use one at the end of my next video
    Regards
    Douglas

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  • GrassValley_SW
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    A number of people have asked if we have 'Edited with EDIUS' graphics to use at the end of projects, to help spread the word.

    Here is a (41MB) pack that contains graphics and a very brief animation, in two text preferences - 'Cut with EDIUS' and 'Edited with EDIUS'.

    http://cdn1.grassvalley.com/unsecure...ideo_Packs.zip

    Please feel free to use as you wish.

    Steve

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  • PiDicus Rex
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    Videos made with Edius,...

    All of these were cut with Edius.

    I had an Aja Cion to play withrecently, so there will be some 4K samples up soon.

    4K ProRes files seem to put less load on the system when scrubbing or playback with colour correction, then does GH4 files.
    A7s is somewhere between the GH4 and Cion for system load.


    https://vimeo.com/pidicusrex

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  • mark williams
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    Shot This For Fun

    https://vimeo.com/144308637
    Nothing fancy editing wise, just color correction, saturation and contrast.

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  • JohnnyD
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    Hello Sky, keep up the good work. Just keep honing your craft. California is flooded with photographers and videographers. But you are making more of a presence because of your blogs, website, etc. Marketing and exposure is the most important way to get more business.

    I also have the Canon 5D MkII. Amazing camera. I just bought a Sony a7s which is the best low-light camera I've every used. You can shoot people on the beach in moonlight.

    I'm in Los Angeles and there is a photo/videographer on every block. Luckily, I started early when I shot film on 35mm, up to 4X5. I also bought $25,000 BetaCam cameras. Not everyone could afford to buy the equipment and film,etc. So, I had an advantage.

    So, keep joining all of the related forums and show more of your work, as well as promoting all of your webpages. I like your videos that I have seen so far.

    Good Luck, John

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  • tryingtolearn
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    Hello everyone,
    I have been asking for advice on here for years whenever I get stuck, so I finally looked at this thread and thought I would contribute

    http://skysimonephotography.com/sky-...ghlight-films/

    You can see some of my favourite wedding video highlights here.
    I have been shooting multi camera wedding videos by myself (without an assistant or anything) for years.
    Obviously I'm a female as well. I havn't ever encountered another female multi camera single operator business in wedding videography, at least not in Perth Australia - I've just moved to California so I have no idea what the market is like here

    Everything you see on there has been filmed with Canon 5d mk 2 as my main camera
    For ceremony and reception, audio would be recorded with Senheisser connected to Sony FX1 that's in a 'safe wide to the side' position.
    During post I match them up.

    The first few wedding videos I ever tried back in 2007/2008 I edited with Windows Movie Maker because I didn't want to buy some software and then decide I didn't like it.. Some guys from my church were wedding videographers and reccomended Edius, which I had never heard of. Everyone else was pushing Adobe or Finalcut.
    I got Edius, and never looked back. So smooth and easy to use. Then in 2010 I went to Sydney and did a wedding videographer DSLR conference, after struggling to shoot DSLR without somebody telling me how to fix the hiccups at the end of 09, and found out that most of the videographers in attendance used Edius! They had an Edius rep come and speak which was pretty awesome.

    Would love to know what you think.

    Sky

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  • mark williams
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    Shot this for fun in the N. GA mountains. Used a Panasonic GH4 camera, set at 1080p 60fps and recording at 200mbps. Lenses were the Panasonic 14-45, 45-175, and Olympus 60mm macro as well as 75-300. Other equipment used was a Benro S-6 tripod and Rhino Slider V1 carbon. Edited with Edius 5.51 and encoded with TMPGEnc 4 using windows media encoder.

    https://vimeo.com/138974907

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  • AJL14
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    I know I posted the entire Pilot a while back, but here's the EDIUS-edited (as was the full Pilot) 5 minute Sizzle reel promo. For those who aren't familiar with the term "sizzle reel", it's a VERY short showcase (no more than 5 minutes) of your series intentions, characters, storyline/plot, etc. without telling the complete story - and intended usually only for use during a sales presentation - when you're trying to sell the series (or pilot or even a feature).

    Shot on a Canon C100, edited on EDIUS 7.x with SPFX help from Robuskey, AfterEffects and Black Magic Resolve Lite.

    Anyway - here's the "sizzle"!

    https://vimeo.com/137728455

    Password - Bleu

    Best to you all - I really enjoy seeing all of the work posted on this forum.
    Alan
    Last edited by AJL14; 09-05-2015, 02:35 AM.

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  • kruzer
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    cool folding bike ad in 60 seconds

    Here's a 60 second spot.
    Everything is in real-time and some of the bike run recorded on Gopro-2
    Everything else was recorded on Canon Pro camcorder(s).

    https://youtu.be/6HF8eFQ6Pmc

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  • Drbgaijin
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    Thank you for that information, Tony
    I will have to research Vimeo's CC behaviour more closely.
    On a PC I can only see one row of subtitles - the "bold" version.
    Regards
    Douglas

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