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    Default popped my cherry

    I'm new to the video editing world.... i have done a few videos on my window media player wmp sucks!!!! I was also just using my sony mini dv digital handycam.....

    It seems everyone here is real knowledgeable.... so hopefully you guys will deal with me while Im learning


    also if you guys have any suggestions of a better PC editing program... throw that in too!!


    Click here to see Video

    thanks in advance!!

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    I couldn't get your link to work.

    Try putting it on putfile.com

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    it's 36mb.... putfile only lets 10mb

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    for some reason its not working on that site its hosted on right now, but....
    no videos over there are. ill post when its finally working

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    yay!! its back up so check it out

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    You need a steady cam or tripod when using zoom or reposition yourself nearer the action to stop the skakey camera action. Hope this helps

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    Another thing I would do, especially if you shoot alot of these, is invest in a suction mount and get shots from on board the cars.

    Imagine how good stuff looking back from the roof or from the bonnet when the car is spinning would be. It would give the vids more variety too.

    Not a bad effort though.

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    thanks for the comments guys!!


    I have a tripod now so that is def helping me out.....

    and also that is a really good idea about setting up a steady cam to shoot some in the car video.


    thanks again!!!

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