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Old 12-04-2012, 04:00 PM
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Was hoping some of you pro's out there could watch this and give me some tips on settings for camera and rendering. I'm using Sony Vegas Movie Studio 11 to edit.
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Danny - I have Sony Vegas whats the best way to learn it
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I thought the video was great And how do you do your time lapse video. I have a couple of GoPros
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Danny...THAT WAS GREAT!!!!!
I really enjoyed it!!
My time lapse is too segmented.
Is it the vegas that makes it smoother?
Did you do the zooming with the editing?
What setting is your camera on?

I am going to forward it to some friends and family that could use a break, just stop and take a breather.

Thanks!

I checked your other video also.
Great as well.





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thats freaking awesome!!! I really like how you can see the tidal changes... Oh and btw I've never seen such a fast sail boat lol
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Wow... that was great! You inspired me to do this with my GoPro!
Great song choice as well
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Darn it Danny. Now when I get home, I am going to have to go thru my old Beach Music Cds and find the Band of Oz recording of Over the Rainbow.

Great video, Thanks!
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Here it is.



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Thanks, takes me back to the old shaggin days.
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@ocfishing.......google is your friend. Search tutoriols on youtube and open Vegas and youtube tutorial at the same time and toggle back and forth one step at a time. You need to experiment on the timelapse settings on the GoPro but I would start with 1 shot per second in the timelapse mode. @extremedays........don't do it! I have become obsessed with it. I started out buying the camera. Then I realized I needed some decent software. Then I realized I needed a beefier computer to handle the software. Then I realized I needed some extra hard drives to store the large files,(around 35000 pics on that one timelapse which is about 9 hours at one shot per second that took up 64 gig on a data card). Like I said............don't do it! Thanks for the compliments.
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@ocfishing.......google is your friend. Search tutoriols on youtube and open Vegas and youtube tutorial at the same time and toggle back and forth one step at a time. You need to experiment on the timelapse settings on the GoPro but I would start with 1 shot per second in the timelapse mode. @extremedays........don't do it! I have become obsessed with it. I started out buying the camera. Then I realized I needed some decent software. Then I realized I needed a beefier computer to handle the software. Then I realized I needed some extra hard drives to store the large files,(around 35000 pics on that one timelapse which is about 9 hours at one shot per second that took up 64 gig on a data card). Like I said............don't do it! Thanks for the compliments.
Think you have made your request on reaching pro level. Can't get the GF motivated in it other than straight video. When you post a video like you did, please do as you did, and explain what settings like the one picture per second. You would be surprised at how much we could learn from you if you would...
Really enjoyed the video.
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yeah I have tons of GoPro footage from fishing to a sailing trip I took in the BVI this summer and its all just in a file on my desktop. I really need to consolidate and make some good clips. Need to google or go to the apple store and have them show me.
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