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    Default First Post....pimpin my stuff...

    All of these are of quads, desert and racing. Some of the music is harsh at times....but looking forward to your comments. All of the video was filmed with a Sony Digital 8 Handycam....not even close to the best....but my DVX-100A is in the mail...hopefully...

    My first video

    Filesize:10mb
    Dimentions: 320x240
    Type: .wmv
    Duration: 2:42
    Bitrate, Audio: 526K
    Bitrate, Video: 452K

    Second Video

    File Size: 11mb
    Dimentions: 320x240
    Type: .wmv
    Duration: 3:07
    Bitrate, Audio: 526K
    Bitrate, Video: 452K

    The last video for now.

    File Size: 34mb
    Dimentions: 320x240
    Type: .wmv
    Duration: 10:01
    Bitrate, Audio: 526K
    Bitrate, Video: 455K
    Video Sample Size: 24bit

    Sorry for the size on that last one....I read the rules and im you dump the link I'll understand.

    Thx for the comments in advance.

    The videos were all done in Ulead video studio. Im now using Premier Pro 2 and hopefully have my 100A here this weekend.

    Derek
    Last edited by Bayne; 06-02-2006 at 07:49 PM.
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    I watched the first one and it was good! started the 2nd and got bored. The problem is that evry guy with a camera out there does extreme sports videos so it gets a lil boring after a while. If you can make you edits really shit hot - then it'll become more interesting.

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    With sports stuff, it is really good to get some alternate views, and GET INTO THE ACTION. Plant yourself right next to the track and get up close and personal with the riders.

    Consider a helmet cam and have a rider carry it into action - One on the jumper would be killer!

    All in all, I agree that extreme sports can get boring on film, but adding POV cams, and some killer angles will help.

    Nice job for starters!

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    You've made extensive use of transitions, which I think you should most certainlt reconsider. They add little or nothing to your video.

    I think you should also consider the interaction between your editing and the music you've chosen. Ulitimately the chosen video should enhance and add to the video rather than be slapped on (much like the use of transitions, if any).

    As the other have said, get in to the action when filming. It'll make editing that much easier...

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    IM buying the Samsung SC-X205L next week and the 100a will be on the way soon. Then i can get into the action a little bit more with the helmet cam and a better camera....the sony handycam isnt the greatest....or even close for that matter....thx for the constructive critisizm..

    Derek
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    I don't like that sport, whatever you called it. lol

    Your camera was shaking quite a few times. But i like the fire transitition

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