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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-04-2012, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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Hello

I want to show you our first video of the season. Please, comment to say tips for the editing or other useful things

P.S. Sorry if you poorly understood, i'm french.



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good riding, the editing looks pretty smooth and well timed. light and video quality is good.

change camera angles after each trick

get closer to the action or zoom in.

keep the rider in the picture the whole time, he doesn't have to be centered, but keep him in there and pan the camera as he moves from dropping in to landing the trick

music didn't really fit, the rap kind of distracts from the riding.

keep on makin them though dude

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Thanks for your comment . I agree for the angle and keeping the rider in the picture, but for the music, i edit my video on it or i place it after, what is the best?

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Nice job for your first edit. As stated above, try different angles and add different music. Music didnt really flow.
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Our second edit with friends in the new set up

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that one was much cooler

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video was a tad shaky at first but definitely got better music is all in personal preference overall I would say better than your first and keep them coming.
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PQ, What camera? ...software?


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Thanks

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... 'aways curious when I see something that crisp. Decent glass compared to the average pocket video cam. Good for you.



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