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  • Ludde
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    Thanks for the tip, to downsize it to SD from HDV, got great results...:)
    Think I have to tell thoose wasps, not crawling up my leg when I am doing handheld
    Last edited by Ludde; 08-27-2008, 06:13 PM.

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  • Jerry
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    Originally posted by iibw View Post
    Do you have a favorite setting for Mercalli? One that works well all around for most scenarios?
    Best setting, use a tripod or steadycam.
    If used with good quality HD video, it looks pretty good downresed to SD. SD to SD, well, go to first statement.

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  • swsw1550
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    Not really, I don't use it that much to be honest, try a few of the settings and see which one works best for you, sorry I couldn't be more help.

    Cheers
    Steve

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  • iibw
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    Originally posted by swsw1550 View Post
    Use the ProDAD's Mercalli, I did a review on Mercalli and it's a great product, but as mentioned fine tune the settings a bit.
    Do you have a favorite setting for Mercalli? One that works well all around for most scenarios?

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  • Mitch-K
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    Shaky Video

    Hi everyone,

    I just want to say thank you to Steve, Jerry, BobR and Imagine Video
    for responding to my question. I well give ProDad's Mercalli a try!


    Thank's
    Mitch-K

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  • swsw1550
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    Use the ProDAD's Mercalli, I did a review on Mercalli and it's a great product, but as mentioned fine tune the settings a bit.

    Cheers
    Steve

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  • Imagine Video
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    ProDAD's Mercalli

    Is fantastic - BUT play with the presets and the fine adjustments together - This application has saved my bacon a few times;-)

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  • BobR
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    On sale

    Go to the Digital Juice site, they have the ProDAD software on sale.

    Bob

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  • THoff
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    One that is mentioned frequently is ProDAD's Mercalli -- it is an Edius plugin with quite a few customization options.

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  • Mitch-K
    started a topic Stabilizing shaky video footage

    Stabilizing shaky video footage

    Hi everyone,

    I have some shaky video footage, which was shot without using a
    tripod. About 2 minutes of stable footage and some shaky footage.
    Is there any software available to correct shaky video. If so what's
    the name of it and where can I find it.

    Thank's
    Mitch-K
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