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Author Topic: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)  (Read 1153 times)

Offline New2meCB

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I tried to put a little something for everyone in there.

Some like tunes - check
Some like engine noise - check
Most like many angles - check
Everyone wants bike content - check

 ;D

I think I covered everything. Couldn't find any girls in bikinis though. Sorry. It's pretty cold out  ;)

Huge HD file; takes a bit to load.
from Steve Arseneault on Vimeo.

Doubt I'm going to do too many more of these videos. I don't know. Kinda getting old.
« Last Edit: Nov 21, 2012, 21:18:11 by New2meCB »

Offline JRK5892

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #1 on: Nov 21, 2012, 18:12:00 »
that is fn fantastic!!! i jsut got a Go pro hero 3 a few days ago stoked to put it into use! what editing software do you use this is unreal awesome!
Joe
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Online HerrDeacon

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #2 on: Nov 21, 2012, 18:32:47 »
Love, love, love it, great vid. Really well shot. Makes me want to get my CB finished. Thanks for posting.

Offline Capstan1

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Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #3 on: Nov 21, 2012, 18:40:36 »
How did you get the 360 shot on the bike? A track around helmet? Über cool!

Offline JohnGoFast

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #4 on: Nov 21, 2012, 18:57:55 »
Great angles and video, thanks for posting!

Offline Corsair

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #5 on: Nov 21, 2012, 19:10:51 »
That was extremely cool!

Offline New2meCB

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #6 on: Nov 21, 2012, 21:21:58 »
that is fn fantastic!!! i jsut got a Go pro hero 3 a few days ago stoked to put it into use! what editing software do you use this is unreal awesome!

Thanks, man!

I used to use Sony Vegas Platinum 10 when I was on a PC. I've since moved to a Mac and just use their imovie that comes with the unit. It's not nearly as good as Vegas but it's easy and good enough for what I need. I didn't even scrape the surface with Vegas when I was using it. It does everything and then some.

imovie is pretty cool though. It's quick, simple and "free"  8)

Can't wait to see what you film.  Looking forward to it!  :)
« Last Edit: Nov 21, 2012, 21:23:43 by New2meCB »

Offline New2meCB

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #7 on: Nov 21, 2012, 21:27:42 »
How did you get the 360 shot on the bike? A track around helmet? Über cool!

I just garaged up a boom on a swivel and mounted it on an old helmet. Boom extends past the swivel point and I have a counterweight to oppose the camera load so it doesn't pull the helmet off my head and/or you don't have to fight the camera weight the entire time using your neck.

Can't take credit for this idea though. First saw it used by a guy from Alaska on one of his mountain bike outings (another forum I visit on occasion) way back in early 2010.

Thanks for all the kind words!

Cheers

Offline New2meCB

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #8 on: Nov 23, 2012, 17:04:14 »
 I wonder if it would be worth starting a thread strictly for DTT members videos. I know there is a general videos forum, but, it might be interesting to see what other members are dishing up - all in one place.

Might be worth it!  :)

Offline djelliott

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #9 on: Nov 23, 2012, 17:10:50 »
Very cool! I need to step up my game. I work in the industry and have access to shit tons of gear. I just never want to touch it after I leave work. Haha.
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Offline Dom!!!

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #10 on: Nov 24, 2012, 00:07:47 »
Great video!

Offline Getnjgywitit

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #11 on: Nov 24, 2012, 00:23:00 »
With all the comments on the video, I wish I could see it.  The Military has it blocked over here in Afghanistan.  I recently went to Cancun with my woman and used a Hero2 to shoot a vacation video and used iMovie to do the editing.  I've never made a video or shot any video before.  It turned out really good (at least by my family and friends' standards) and now I'm hooked!  I'm always looking for new ideas to shoot or how to get a different POV. 
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Offline Pipe Welder

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #12 on: Nov 24, 2012, 16:09:49 »
I tried to put a little something for everyone in there.

Some like tunes - check
Some like engine noise - check
Most like many angles - check
Everyone wants bike content - check

 ;D

I think I covered everything. Couldn't find any girls in bikinis though. Sorry. It's pretty cold out  ;)

Huge HD file; takes a bit to load.
from Steve Arseneault on Vimeo.

Doubt I'm going to do too many more of these videos. I don't know. Kinda getting old.

AWESOME !!!!
Great photo work and editing.
Keep it up. Lets see some more please.....
Kawi H2/H2R

Offline New2meCB

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #13 on: Nov 26, 2012, 10:16:01 »
Very cool! I need to step up my game. I work in the industry and have access to shit tons of gear. I just never want to touch it after I leave work. Haha.

Hahaha

I wish I had access to good equipment!  ;D I hear you though...........too much like work for a person like you. My cousin says the same.....works in editing and is a quad racing junky. Could make some killer flicks but he wants nothing to do with it. I can't say I blame him.

I'm glad I don't build bikes for a living  ;D

Offline New2meCB

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Re: Playing with the camera again. Feel free to comment :-)
« Reply #14 on: Nov 26, 2012, 10:19:02 »
With all the comments on the video, I wish I could see it.  The Military has it blocked over here in Afghanistan.  I recently went to Cancun with my woman and used a Hero2 to shoot a vacation video and used iMovie to do the editing.  I've never made a video or shot any video before.  It turned out really good (at least by my family and friends' standards) and now I'm hooked!  I'm always looking for new ideas to shoot or how to get a different POV.

Bummer they blocked vimeo on you guys over there.  >:(

Stay safe and keep editing when you can.

Always fun to watch vids.