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  • Originally posted by NakedEye View Post
    Sorry mate. I don't know of any free on demand hosting service that would control the pay per view for you. Vimeo is just personal choice for us.
    Hi mate, I have kust found this: http://www.zinwa.com/
    It is free.
    A lonesome traveler looking for lost tribes around the world: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdv...DrZCaaw/videos
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    • Originally posted by baddgsx View Post
      Hi friends!!!

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uyNfNCaSRk

      i made this video using Edius , i graded Slog from the FS700 which held up pretty well even though 8bit
      i love it, great vibes, peaceful video.Good work.

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      • Originally posted by vgtah View Post
        i love it, great vibes, peaceful video.Good work.

        thank you brother , much appreciated :)
        Proud user of EDIUS!

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        • my first stop motion
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZW0z2...ature=youtu.be

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          • thanks...care to post any specifics or a step by step of what you did in EDIUS?
            Documentaries and Art Projects
            Hudson Valley, NY

            i7 8700K @ 3.70 Ghz/16 gb RAM
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            284 gb SSD boot drive
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            EDIUS 9.52.6031
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            • Originally posted by Tobe View Post
              thanks...care to post any specifics or a step by step of what you did in EDIUS?
              yes man,
              i told about this video in the same forum,
              the post is "stop motion / edius"

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              • thanks. i'll check it out
                Documentaries and Art Projects
                Hudson Valley, NY

                i7 8700K @ 3.70 Ghz/16 gb RAM
                windows 10
                284 gb SSD boot drive
                2 TB work disc
                2TB storage disc
                EDIUS 9.52.6031
                Many external project hard drives

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                • Originally posted by vgtah View Post
                  Hurray!
                  Well done.
                  What size and filetype where your images?
                  How did Edius handle them?
                  Here's a nice tutorial I'd seen a couple of months ago.
                  Rusty Rogers | Films
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                  • Quadcopter vids

                    Slowly getting my Quads ready for some big epic shots around here.

                    Once you fly with video goggles a whole world opens up to you.
                    http://youtu.be/VLJddQ56sjc
                    http://youtu.be/gQnEI-QIWfQ
                    http://youtu.be/d45NL_JmCcA


                    Of course EDIUS makes it child's play to cut up the GoPro footage.
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                    • Originally posted by Rusty View Post
                      Hurray!
                      Well done.
                      What size and filetype where your images?
                      How did Edius handle them?
                      Here's a nice tutorial I'd seen a couple of months ago.
                      hello rusty, wassup ?

                      jpeg format in 4920X2680
                      i imported them in a fullhd project, it calculates it fast,
                      thanks for the tutorial, im watching it now !

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                      • Originally posted by wags View Post
                        Slowly getting my Quads ready for some big epic shots around here.

                        Once you fly with video goggles a whole world opens up to you.
                        http://youtu.be/VLJddQ56sjc
                        http://youtu.be/gQnEI-QIWfQ
                        http://youtu.be/d45NL_JmCcA


                        Of course EDIUS makes it child's play to cut up the GoPro footage.
                        Great flying Wags!
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                        • New INSIDE AFRICA Video

                          I shot this video while recently visiting Africa.

                          https://vimeo.com/album/2629500
                          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
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                          Boomers Offshore Videos

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                          • Wow Wow Wow

                            WOW Andy.....

                            I viewed everyone of your 9 chapters...... It really was a trip of a lifetime....

                            Everything is perfect: the video, the music, the narration, the production and the "montage".

                            Congratulations. You have given me an urge for an African trip.

                            Besides your GoPros, what cameras and other equipment did you use on the trip? and what resolution and frame rate did you use.

                            Thanks again and congratulations......
                            BigRick, Montreal, Canada

                            EDIUS 8.3 with HDSpark - Intel I7-3770k, 16 GB Ram, Windows 10 64bit Home Premium, ASUS GF GTX560 TI 1 Gb Video Card and Intel® HD Graphics 4000, 2 X LCD 24" Monitors (1920X1200), 1 X LCD 32" Television
                            1 SSD Samsung 500 Gb (System),1 SSD Samsung 500 Gb (Video data), 2 X 3TB Sata II, and others

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                            • Camera Equipment Utilized

                              Originally posted by bigrick View Post
                              WOW Andy.....

                              Besides your GoPros, what cameras and other equipment did you use on the trip? and what resolution and frame rate did you use.
                              My primary camera was a Sony HDR CX-700. In addition, I also used a Panasonic Lumix TC3 (all weather/underwater) for stills and occasional HD video.

                              Glad you likes the vids.
                              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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                              • Some goats

                                Here is a short film on a company that specialists in natural fibres, mainly mohair, that we produced.

                                SAMIL Natural Fibres
                                Glen Meyburgh

                                Imagio Productions

                                Edius ver. 5.51

                                Panasonic AC160
                                Canon 70D

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