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Old 24th January 2013, 12:59 PM   #101
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Old 27th January 2013, 05:26 PM   #102
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Okay I have been working on this for about more than two years, obviously when I decide to work on it etc, it is a Smallville tribute that goes up in logical order for the seasons, here is a link of the latest edition that I have created with Movie Plus 3

http://youtu.be/Tam5y_0CtSc
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Here is my first use of MvP X6.
It's fun.
I wish there were more transitions to choose from.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0p0BE...ature=youtu.be
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This is a Concept piece.

Very simple, no fancy edits or transitions.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=4KYk7N86iVw
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Here is one with titles, narration, music, transitions, etc. I was showing the difference in using no Image stabilization, in-camera IS, camera bracket, and then new steadicam/glide.
Maybe doing a picture in a picture or 4 at one time would be effective?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NaqG09D75Ug
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Here is one with titles, narration, music, transitions, etc. I was showing the difference in using no Image stabilization, in-camera IS, camera bracket, and then new steadicam/glide.
Maybe doing a picture in a picture or 4 at one time would be effective?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NaqG09D75Ug
Very interesting comparison!


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Very interesting comparison!


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Here is a short video of some equipment I have had the pleasure of working with recently, converting a dozen 7" reels to digital formats. This is a bit before my time as main stream equipment, but I did have an old Grundig portable Reel to reel in the 80's I used to play around with. This Pioneer deck was a different ball game all together.

http://youtu.be/Uly7y7bnfF8

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Here is a short video of some equipment I have had the pleasure of working with recently, converting a dozen 7" reels to digital formats. This is a bit before my time as main stream equipment, but I did have an old Grundig portable Reel to reel in the 80's I used to play around with. This Pioneer deck was a different ball game all together.

http://youtu.be/Uly7y7bnfF8

Thanks for watching.

Who would have guessed that watching 2 minutes of reel-to-reel recorder could be so much fun? Great nostalgic stuff! I had a Teac, similar vintage, bought at the Thule, AFB Exchange in the late 60s. Pioneer and Teac were state-of-the-art stuff for us at the time.

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Who would have guessed that watching 2 minutes of reel-to-reel recorder could be so much fun? Great nostalgic stuff! I had a Teac, similar vintage, bought at the Thule, AFB Exchange in the late 60s. Pioneer and Teac were state-of-the-art stuff for us at the time.

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Thanks Lon

It was a pleasure to work with the Pioneer, such a quality piece of equipment. Shame I have to give it back to the owner The operational quality was amazing, so silent when running and the output quality was outstanding. So much different than digital equipment of today. Loved working with it.

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I still have my less sophisticated, but similar, Akai 4000DB which I purchased in 1978. I noticed Philips tape on the Pioneer. I always had trouble with that brand losing its oxide, and my favourite was Scotch Dynarange(?). Oh such memories. I still use my Akai with its mikes for my video narration feeding its line output into my pc where I record with Audacity. So I don't actually record onto tape. The heads are worn anyway.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6f_Hk8jC5J4

Skiing effort...
Definitely needed more footage as I really felt I was running out of stuff to use. Always dark when I got back to the town so result was not much to use other than skiing shots. Still had a nightmare trying to sync it with music, just when you think you have cracked it, it seems to decide to mess up without you having changed anything, no idea why that happens but arghh!

Still some shaky stuff in there and still very much unsure of what I am doing.
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I'm thinking of getting MvP but wanted to see what it can do. I did see some nice effects from the above videos but was wondering if it can overlay video to create effects like in this video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHgq23bEp_0

I shot and edited this video of my son. He is also the driver. I just overlapped the sounds and his action packed seen for a class video.
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A selection of music and photos of Lee Morse. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZpVU...p5hWYUbqnt7wDg

1920s music from a unique voice of a female singer that was very popular in a short period of time.
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A video shoot we did for a client in a Bistro in Witney Oxfordshire. http://youtu.be/KLogn5L5DV0

1. Synchronised the external audio recording with the video inside MvPX6 and played with adding a small bit of bass and hipass filtering.
2. Increased exposure slightly and brightness and contrast to give the video a bit more punch.

That's pretty much it. Enjoy it if you are a Rod Stewart fan.
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A video shoot we did for a client in a Bistro in Witney Oxfordshire. http://youtu.be/KLogn5L5DV0

1. Synchronised the external audio recording with the video inside MvPX6 and played with adding a small bit of bass and hipass filtering.
2. Increased exposure slightly and brightness and contrast to give the video a bit more punch.

That's pretty much it. Enjoy it if you are a Rod Stewart fan.
Excellent. Paul really has the moves down!


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A video shoot we did for a client in a Bistro in Witney Oxfordshire. http://youtu.be/KLogn5L5DV0

1. Synchronised the external audio recording with the video inside MvPX6 and played with adding a small bit of bass and hipass filtering.
2. Increased exposure slightly and brightness and contrast to give the video a bit more punch.

That's pretty much it. Enjoy it if you are a Rod Stewart fan.
Nice. How easy was it to synch the video and audio?
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I never have trouble syncing audio with video in MvP. My only wish is that there was a method of shifting the audio tracks in minute moves using the left/right arrow keys to get quicker more accurate syncing.
The key is to get good audio to being with
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I never have trouble syncing audio with video in MvP. My only wish is that there was a method of shifting the audio tracks in minute moves using the left/right arrow keys to get quicker more accurate syncing.
The key is to get good audio to being with
Do you use a clapper board? I'm working on a project with a close up dialogue and have just been recording mic plugged into camera because of the challenge syncing. I get perfect sync. but if I eventually have to go the other way ... ... I was wondering if and how easily it would work in MvP.
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I think MvP is great to use to create unique intros.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=47Q0d1_WFAc
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