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  1. #1
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    Classical Green Mountain Vid

    I figure that Green Mountain is kind of like Classical music- better than listening to nothing (or the farm report when driving across Nebraska).

    Second attempt at a video edit with the vHoldr cam. Still working on mounts and editing software. I am amazed how much the editing process and upload to Vimeo degraded the quality.

    Green Mountain from Lactic on Vimeo.


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    The 9th works perfect!
    An MTB video with tolerable moozic.
    Les grimpées, je m'en fou!

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    holding back the darkness
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    Beauty.
    Hosting sites typically do degrade the quality, although Vimeo seems to work better than YouTube.
    Careful with that thing. First it's all fun, then you find yourself just keeping it in your pack for every ride, just in case; then it's on the bars in a permanent place, just in case; and then you find yourself buying a 1Terabyte external hard drive because you blew through all the memory on your computer..
    I um.... had a friend.... that happened to.
    (Oh... and always bring a spare SD card... Sorry PBRme!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by subliminalshiver
    Careful with that thing. First it's all fun, then you find yourself just keeping it in your pack for every ride, just in case; then it's on the bars in a permanent place, just in case; and then you find yourself buying a 1Terabyte external hard drive because you blew through all the memory on your computer..
    I um.... had a friend.... that happened to.
    (Oh... and always bring a spare SD card... Sorry PBRme!).
    LOL! I ran out of memory with the stock 2GB memory card on this ride.

    Yesterday, I found myself "just browsing" at Best Buy and afterward at Home Depot for almost 90 minutes piecing together lawn sprinklers parts to make modular mounting arms!

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    Very nice Lactic. Don't sweat the quality for sharing on mtbr. That was just fine. Enjoyed the different angles, music and (just barely ) familiar trails.

    Encore.

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    I liked it, you're right the classical music worked well

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    Now with 20% more fat!!
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    Sweet vid, Lactic... Nice work!

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