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    Smile One of my favorite Moab rides

    Barny and I are on a little Utah road trip, and while in Moab we hit my favorite slickrock playground:


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    Well done.

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    Very nice!
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    wanna ride
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    Really nice video.. Just got back from Moab this week always fun for sure.
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    Great videography! Me likes!
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    Nice work, thanks for the stoke!

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    If you come down a little south on your roadtrip, check out Sedona. I'll play tour guide! I'm trying to compile better video imagery of that landscape. I bet you'd have some ideas?

    Thanks for the stoke too!
    There is a big difference between ripping and skidding.

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    nice vid...beautiful...although that song made me wanna eat glass

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    very professional! You must doing something similar for a living no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogo
    very professional! You must doing something similar for a living no?
    Hell no. I count fish for a living.

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    One Fish...Two Fish....Three Fish!!! THREE FISH!

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    fluffy clouds!

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    Brilliant, video and the tune, one of my faves, totally fits the location (even if she's talking about Arizona). Top marks!

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    Very nice video. The (edit)Orb ftw.

    Thanks Rizzo. Not sure what I was thinking : )
    Last edited by OMJustice; 04-27-2010 at 07:57 AM.

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    Don't you mean The Orb?

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    No riding like that in Ohio.....
    Excellent job!

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    Nice video, and excellent choice of music!
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    very nice, Bartlett Wash right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chronohunter
    Bartlett Wash right?
    Close- a couple canyons over: Tusher Canyon.

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    Great vid tscheezy. I just watched it over in your passion post. Great post there by the way!

    Did you edit this all down in iMovie? On a MBP? I find editing on my 13" macbook to be quite frustrating. Kudos to you for having the patience to do such an extensive edit on a laptop.

    What were your export settings? There was much less motion artifacts than in the vid's I have done so far w/ iMovie and my Gopro HD.
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    Real nice. It's a real trip watching that back tire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pspwesty
    Did you edit this all down in iMovie? On a MBP? I find editing on my 13" macbook to be quite frustrating. Kudos to you for having the patience to do such an extensive edit on a laptop.

    What were your export settings? There was much less motion artifacts than in the vid's I have done so far w/ iMovie and my Gopro HD.
    I did it all on a 17" MacBook Pro 2.5 GHz (pre-unibody). It works fine, though I do all the stabilization after putting the movie together in it's final form since that step takes so freaking LONG. I have an i7 27" iMac at home which is super nice for video work, but the MBP does fine on the road.

    The export settings are Share > Export using QuickTime...
    Compression type: H.264
    Frame rate: current
    Key frame: 24
    Compressor: High
    Encoding: Best Quality
    Data Rate: Automatic
    Filter- Sharpening: 3
    Size- Custom 1280 x 960
    Preserve aspect ratio using Letterbox
    Deinterlace source video

    I use iMovie '09's built-in uploader to Youtube. I have to say that the original HD version on my computer kicks the Youtube version's ass up one side and down the other. No comparison, the original is waaaaay better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    I use iMovie '09's built-in uploader to Youtube. I have to say that the original HD version on my computer kicks the Youtube version's ass up one side and down the other. No comparison, the original is waaaaay better.
    So will you upload an HD version later?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjeserud
    So will you upload an HD version later?
    Youtube's conception of HD seems to be limited to a 16:9 aspect ratio maxed out at 1280 x 720 video. I shot this at 1280 x 960 so it's 4:3. The only way to get a 4:3 on to Youtube is unfortunately at 720 x 540, so that is the max I can do at this point, afaik. I may try vimeo for the heck of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    Hell no. I count fish for a living.


    Stop it! You know you film fish?!

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