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Old 26th May 2013, 05:07 AM   #141
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Nice movie Redback. the blooper reel was good too.
Indeed!! Nicely done. Nice, fresh editing all throughout!


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Old 5th June 2013, 11:11 AM   #142
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I'm doubly pleased with myself on this one. First time I tried using a split screen and used my new Logitech Webcam C920. OK my Sony Handy Cam takes higher quality movies but hey HD on a Webcam that cost less than €80 delivered can't be bad. :-)

https://vimeo.com/67584701
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Old 5th June 2013, 11:20 AM   #143
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I'm doubly pleased with myself on this one. First time I tried using a split screen and used my new Logitech Webcam C920. OK my Sony Handy Cam takes higher quality movies but hey HD on a Webcam that cost less than €80 delivered can't be bad. :-)

https://vimeo.com/67584701
Gerry,

I've never tried the split screen either. Nicely done, and you are right...both the video and sound quality are good.


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I've never tried the split screen either. Nicely done, and you are right...both the video and sound quality are good.


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Here's one I did last week using MoviePlus X6. Here I have cloned myself and I share a drink with myself.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8-liWm6gvU


The following is my attempt at a spoof James Bond intro - but a bit more greener and less violent.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWJktJaEaq4
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Here's one I did last week using MoviePlus X6. Here I have cloned myself and I share a drink with myself.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8-liWm6gvU


The following is my attempt at a spoof James Bond intro - but a bit more greener and less violent.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWJktJaEaq4


Pretty clever, Martin. I liked it.

And, so did I.


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Old 26th August 2013, 03:45 PM   #147
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Z5F12zuRvI

Recorded using 3 home camcorders, the fun part was getting each recording lined up correctly.
The main sound feed is from the camera on top of the band van (wide shot).

I also used picture-in-picture, fade effects, added text - in fact I added a few things I had learnt!

Enjoy!

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Old 26th August 2013, 09:21 PM   #148
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Z5F12zuRvI

Recorded using 3 home camcorders, the fun part was getting each recording lined up correctly.
The main sound feed is from the camera on top of the band van (wide shot).

I also used picture-in-picture, fade effects, added text - in fact I added a few things I had learnt!

Enjoy!

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Very nicely shot and edited.

Music, if you can call it that, not to my taste, if I were 45 years younger maybe I might appreciate it better. Thanks for making me feel very old.
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Old 27th August 2013, 08:26 AM   #149
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Here's a video I shot at the weekend. It's quite long, but it was a commissioned shoot for a family BBQ party held here in Oxford UK. I am using my homemade slider and trolly dolly.

Thanks for watching (if you watch it)

http://youtu.be/u16EjmVzR-0
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Old 27th August 2013, 01:22 PM   #150
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Good work, Lon. How's your daughter coming along? Best wishes.
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Old 23rd September 2013, 10:36 AM   #151
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Recently had a disastrous photo trip to Scotland, it's a long story! Some footage shot from the car on a trip through Glen Coe, shame some insect decided to commit suicide on the screen. Watched it yesterday on my TV, a good opportunity to look at the scenery that I didn't get whilst driving. Edited in MVP 5

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Old 30th September 2013, 06:53 PM   #152
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Here's a slideshow made from underwater scuba-diving photos. At 8 mins 47 secs, perhaps rather long... but the dive was also long.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-BKu9weSzQ

Camera: Canon G11, in waterproof housing
Camera Mode: Ordinary fully auto (not underwater mode)
Number of Photos: ~120
Photo Format: 10MP JPEGs.
Export: PAL 720p "high" 2-Pass CBR, then fixed for "fast-start"

I did use the Channel Mixer in MoviePlus to "rebuild" information missing from the Red channel (because water filters Red & Green colours): Used Red = ~40% Blue + ~20% Green. For deeper photos sometimes also boosted the Green channel: Green = ~20% Blue

The results still look like underwater scenes, but the colours are now more accurate.

Also used the USM to sharpen some of the zoomed images, but set to a gentle 60 - 70% and 1.2 rather than the savage default settings.

I did not process these 10MP JPEG photos before importing them into MoviePlus. Once on the timeline, I rejected & deleted only the few total failures.

The soundtrack uses audio of video clips from a Fuji "waterproof" still camera which actually lasted for only a handful of shallow snorkelling trips... despite careful use. I cannot recommend these pretty toys for anything more than using in the rain.
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Old 30th September 2013, 08:14 PM   #153
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Here's my latest song, 'Harlequin', and an accompanying video I made in MP6.

I wrote, performed and recorded the song in my home studio, a psychedelic evocation of 1967 and the lovely sounds of the era!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QknAS_aBfU

Switch to HD1080 for maximum enjoyment!
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Cracking job, certainly evokes memories of the 60's
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Old 1st October 2013, 10:26 AM   #155
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Great job John - no idea how you constructed the animation sequences. Was it all made using MP6, or did you have to use other software for at least part of it?

Quite fascinating to watch.
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Thanks.
No, I didn't create the animation sequences, I wish I knew how to go about that! I combined footage of my own taken at Packwood House, Warwickshire, some of which I colourised and the rest were free HD clips I scoured the internet for and which I thought would fit the mood.
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What other kind of scuba-diving is there?

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Hi. i needed to create a channel trailer for my youtube channel as part of a course i was doing. i had to get something out pretty quick and i only had a vague idea of what i wanted and the video editor i norrmally use is pretty basic and would have taken me days. thankfully i bought MP x5 and using nothing but still images and a few random screen captures managed to create the whole trailer in just a few hours! (thats including trawling the internet to find out how to do certain effects!)

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Hi. i needed to create a channel trailer for my youtube channel as part of a course i was doing. i had to get something out pretty quick and i only had a vague idea of what i wanted and the video editor i norrmally use is pretty basic and would have taken me days. thankfully i bought MP x5 and using nothing but still images and a few random screen captures managed to create the whole trailer in just a few hours! (thats including trawling the internet to find out how to do certain effects!)

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http://youtu.be/_h3LXNKiOAg
Nicely done. Have you enjoyed that course? Although "officially" I've completed it, I do need to go back & improve my "trailer."
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Excellent- good stuff!
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