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    High Speed Footage Video

    Made a small video, where I test my new camera (im the guy on the white rims btw) : )

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NN23MpHoJHA

    check it out.. and leave a comment!

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    Very cool video. Keep it up!
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    No, that's not phonetic
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    That is pretty mesmerizing. Curious, but what camera and process are you using?

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    Cool vid...not a fan of the hugs skid..but other than that it's cool..what camera you using for this?

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    thanks : ) Im using the casio fc-100.

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    No, that's not phonetic
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    What program is "high speed aware" that you are using? I can slow 60 fps clips in iMovie down to 30 fps (50%), but it does not understand footage shot at faster than 60 fps afaik.
    Last edited by tscheezy; 03-24-2010 at 11:24 PM.

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    Im using Premiere Pro. The camera shoots 210 fps, and records it into 30fps clips, that makes it very easy to work with. Premiere pro enables me to speed it up, or slow it down, by manipulating the fps.

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    I knew that guy was gonna crash

    Nice music and editing...the finishing clip was really good

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    Nice video, love the bail clip! Can't wait to start using my Casio again once the weather here improves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by V.P.
    thanks : ) Im using the casio fc-100.
    in hi speed mode do you get reduced frame size or do you still get 1280x720?
    Jt

    Here are a few Video Trail Guides I shot - just for fun:
    http://destinationproductions.com/cu...PassionTrails/

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    Quote Originally Posted by diver160651
    in hi speed mode do you get reduced frame size or do you still get 1280x720?

    I get a reduced frame size. To get the 1280x720, it "only" shoots 30fps. I would love a compact camera that doesn't reduce frame size when shooting high speed (200fps+)...but as of now, they dont exist.

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    I use the Casio EX-FH20 and it records the high speed shots at 480x368. I haven't used mine much as I got it near the end of last summer.
    Hoping to use it this year when I do the Megavalanche. This is the best I've managed so far:

    Second attempt at slow-mo shots using the Casio EX-FH20 - 07.08.2009 from Frank Rizzo on Vimeo.


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    What song is that and by what artist?

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    Its Trifonic - Transgenic (Rust Mix). They make some pretty amazing music, you can check it out here: http://www.trifonic.com/music/

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    Very cool. Love the suspension movement in response to terrain.

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