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    hey, I'm trying to work!
    checking airfares now...

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    Very nice on the riding and music. Haven't heard Screaming Trees in a while!

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    Like Eb said nice riding. Ive enjoyed all your videos so far. I cant wait till its my turn to go to Whistler.

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    Thanks. Your vids are keeping me stoked. Just had knee surgery and was given 8 weeks non- weight bearing. Only 7 more to go!!!! Keep em coming.

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    tiSS'er, just wondering which helmet cam you are using on the Whistler vid's?

    really nice quality and color.

    -tep

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    Quote Originally Posted by tep
    tiSS'er, just wondering which helmet cam you are using on the Whistler vid's?

    really nice quality and color.

    -tep
    I have a VIO POV, and I am using the new exposure settings. The trick is to create the final edited version as HD. This has significantly changed the quality of the video on Vimeo, thought the file sizes are about 3x.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er
    I have a VIO POV, and I am using the new exposure settings. The trick is to create the final edited version as HD. This has significantly changed the quality of the video on Vimeo, thought the file sizes are about 3x.
    which VIO, the 1.0 or 1.5? and, did you upgrade to Vimeo Plus for the HD?

    great vid by the way, cant wait to get to Whizzler in a couple weeks!
    nothing witty here...

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    sick vid and really great riding. That goats gully **** is freaking nasty looking in person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2w4s
    did you upgrade to Vimeo Plus for the HD?

    great vid by the way
    hey B. I find if you are going to use copyrighted music you kind of have to upgrade to Vimeo Plus for two reasons:

    1) Copyrighted music usually gets pulled from YouTube, meaning you end up with as Skins calls it, a Charlie Chaplin Movie...no soundtrack and a silent movie.

    2) If you don't upgrade on Vimeo, they will pull your video after a week, due to lack of space/bandwith.


    Can someone tell me what the diff btwn the VIO 1.0 & 1.5?

    it looks like the FOV has the same at 110 as well as the FPS.

    TiSS'er, the VIO doesn't record in HD, but when you edit the movie you are doing it HD? is that what you are saying?

    -tep

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2w4s
    which VIO, the 1.0 or 1.5? and, did you upgrade to Vimeo Plus for the HD?

    great vid by the way, cant wait to get to Whizzler in a couple weeks!
    1.0

    I have a vimeo Plus account.

    have fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tep

    TiSS'er, the VIO doesn't record in HD, but when you edit the movie you are doing it HD? is that what you are saying?

    -tep
    Correct. I find that many aspects fo the video remain considerably more defined if i export the video as HD, though the source is SD.
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