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  • A short video I shot and cut together for The EDSA project. Enjoy!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFRUuhAlMFs

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    • The EDSA video was nice.
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      • Originally posted by vortigern View Post
        The EDSA video was nice.
        Thanks. :)

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        • Fishing The Papagayo

          I shot this video using a simple Panasonic Lumix TS4. Music score is from Smartsound. Cut with Edius 6.53.

          Fishing The Papagayo
          Andy Browne - Venice, Florida
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          Primary Camera: JVC GY-HM170 and Sony HDR-CX700
          Audio Recorder: Zoom H5
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          Boomers Offshore Videos

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          • nice...i carry my Panny with me everywhere and have been able to grab a few nice clips as video...
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            • Hey guys.

              I shot this on my trip to PNG on board the True North.
              Pax were paying 25-30K for the 12 days.:-)

              Anyhow, I used EDIUS 6.5 and cut the Canon 1920/1080 25p H.264 with Protune GoPro with underwater 1440/1080 HDV (FX1) together in a 1920/1080 25p timeline.

              Editing the 8 bit in 10 bit mode really made it possible to bring out the underwater stuff.

              http://youtu.be/3HecNo2RIng
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              • Originally posted by wags View Post
                Hey guys.

                I shot this on my trip to PNG on board the True North.
                Pax were paying 25-30K for the 12 days.:-)

                Anyhow, I used EDIUS 6.5 and cut the Canon 1920/1080 25p H.264 with Protune GoPro with underwater 1440/1080 HDV (FX1) together in a 1920/1080 25p timeline.

                Editing the 8 bit in 10 bit mode really made it possible to bring out the underwater stuff.

                http://youtu.be/3HecNo2RIng
                Nothing wrong with that very spectacular and luxurious possibly a couple of scenes a fraction too short but the shot of the fish apparently drinking the water quite stunning.
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                • Originally posted by wags View Post
                  Hey guys.

                  I shot this on my trip to PNG on board the True North.
                  Pax were paying 25-30K for the 12 days.:-)

                  Anyhow, I used EDIUS 6.5 and cut the Canon 1920/1080 25p H.264 with Protune GoPro with underwater 1440/1080 HDV (FX1) together in a 1920/1080 25p timeline.

                  Editing the 8 bit in 10 bit mode really made it possible to bring out the underwater stuff.

                  http://youtu.be/3HecNo2RIng
                  Excellent video. I did not see one dissolve in the entire segment. I especially liked the rapid style of using short clips to tell the story. Nice job.
                  Andy Browne - Venice, Florida
                  Edius Version 8.0 Workgroup - SYSTEM:
                  Intel Core i7 3.2 ghz -12mb cache - 16gb RAM - nVidia GTX-570 - Driver 314.07 - Win7 Pro 64
                  Primary Camera: JVC GY-HM170 and Sony HDR-CX700
                  Audio Recorder: Zoom H5
                  --------------------------------
                  Boomers Offshore Videos

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                  • That was incredible. Spectacular shots and great editing. Very well done.
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                    • Hey guys, thanks for your comments.
                      It was a pretty quick edit to put up on the net.
                      Got lots more footage and interviews to cut it up into a story.

                      Cheers
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                      • Quadcopter

                        Okay folks... from under the water to Quadcopters :-)
                        Been flying them for about 4 months now.
                        Yes they are very easy to crash, only way to get good at them is to fly them everyday so you are not thinking about the controls.

                        This was a new gimbal I was testing out, still need to fine tune the software and some vibrations to iron out.

                        Native 1920/1080 50p Go Pro Protune straight into EDIUS.
                        Edit then set to 10bit and render out.
                        No stabilization was added.

                        http://youtu.be/rFq-0XbrxdI
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                        • what causes the bending/distortion of the image as it approaches close items? is it a super wide angle lens?
                          Anton Strauss
                          Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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                          • Impressive! How much was the gimbal system?
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                            • Originally posted by wags View Post
                              Okay folks... from under the water to Quadcopters :-)
                              Been flying them for about 4 months now.
                              Yes they are very easy to crash, only way to get good at them is to fly them everyday so you are not thinking about the controls.

                              This was a new gimbal I was testing out, still need to fine tune the software and some vibrations to iron out.

                              No stabilization was added.
                              Did you spend time balancing the blades?
                              Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
                              what causes the bending/distortion of the image as it approaches close items? is it a super wide angle lens?
                              170° lens does that!
                              Originally posted by GrassValley_PS View Post
                              Impressive! How much was the gimbal system?
                              Nice RC accessory, someone had to make one sooner or later. The isolaters are a great idea.
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                              • 1 Anton yes its a super wide image. GoPro3
                                2 The Gimbal is brand new on the market, $180 bucks :-)
                                Where to Buy
                                Beholder GoPro Brushless Gimbal Lite
                                eHobby.cn (worldwide distributor)
                                cnchelicopter.com (US based distributor)
                                3 Yes the props are balanced

                                Best to fly when there is no wind around, it was gusting that day so blowing the Quad around at times.
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