Discussion in '3reef's Tunze Streaming Video Contest' started by Matt Rogers, Aug 23, 2007.
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Great videos everyone!!!
Ok so my efforts to make a cool video has lead me to come off as a popus ass. But I'm just to tired to do it over again
Hope you like it.
I am speechless. Incredible aquarium Jason!
:thumbs_up :clapping: :clapping:
Those SPS look amazing.
You are my hero!
See I came off as a pompus ass. LOL
Thanks Matt. the compression really killed the colour. But oh well U tube wouldn't let me upload the 230MB file
Not even close!
Too bad about the compression... what did you use? It still looks pretty good man. I have a feeling people will want to see more so you better figure this out. ;D
I used Adobe Premier after finding codec files that would splash a huge banner over everything. and I used my old Fuji S602Zoom instead of my brand new Nikon.(piece of crap)
I have to figure out the splicing better and the sound but ok for the first time with Premier
I want to see a vid of the turtle tank
Premier has a steep learning curve... I've used it a few times.. it is powerful.
You may want to try this freeware I posted in the 1st post .. check out these numbers:
... I recommend virtualdub at virtualdub.org to compress videos. I compressed the video in this example from 379megs down to 44megs with little more than setting the video compression to mpeg4, lowering sound quality to 8bit mono and resizing it to 320x240. I think I should have done 340 I think as I don't think the ratio was quite right, but you get the idea.
I actively use premiere (Cut about 1hr+ of video a week) so if you have any questions throw me an email, I'd be glad to help with something if I can. There are a lot of tricks to it, I know a lot but I always feel like theres something new I learn when I use it, crazy Adobe coders...
I've got a couple projects backed up. I'll shoot you a line in a couple weeks for sure. Thanks Mag.
Great stuff J.
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