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I'm like, hmm that background looks familiar and then I realized a lot of that from the East Coast. I love these videos, I'm no pro but nothing like capturing the whole 'fun' of riding together with friends. Great editing and went great with the music.

The suby wagon scene was cool. If only there was space here for me try that with friends.

I'm assuming the editing was done in the off season? How long did it take?
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awesome vid bro...im not into boring vids that constantly show jumping off kickers and rails and what not...they get boring after 20 sec. but i really enjoyed this one. some good thought and editting went into this one

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I'm like, hmm that background looks familiar and then I realized a lot of that from the East Coast. I love these videos, I'm no pro but nothing like capturing the whole 'fun' of riding together with friends. Great editing and went great with the music.

The suby wagon scene was cool. If only there was space here for me try that with friends.

I'm assuming the editing was done in the off season? How long did it take?
yes the editing was done in the offseason. It took awhile because i had over 1500 clips and some were as long as 15 minutes. Going through them all and picking good clips to convert to prores took the longest out of the whole process. Probably about 2 months working on it an hour or so a night. From there the actual editing only took about a month. Then color correction for about another month. So i guess about 4 months total. This is working on it about an hour a night give or take. I have always been sort of a perfectionist so i like to take my time with my work. Alot of the time was spent learning as well. Being self taught has its pros and cons and i sometimes find myself backtracking alot to fix things or doing things the long way just to find out in a tutorial that theres much easier ways. This was especially true with the color grading and correction since i had never tried that before.
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...While it's fun to watch Romain de Marchi filmed from a helicopter getting wicked air on some remote peak, your video is actually something I can relate and aspire to....

Completely agree. I love seeing vids of the rest of us humans riding around. Killer vid!
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yes the editing was done in the offseason. It took awhile because i had over 1500 clips and some were as long as 15 minutes. Going through them all and picking good clips to convert to prores took the longest out of the whole process. Probably about 2 months working on it an hour or so a night. From there the actual editing only took about a month. Then color correction for about another month. So i guess about 4 months total. This is working on it about an hour a night give or take. I have always been sort of a perfectionist so i like to take my time with my work. Alot of the time was spent learning as well. Being self taught has its pros and cons and i sometimes find myself backtracking alot to fix things or doing things the long way just to find out in a tutorial that theres much easier ways. This was especially true with the color grading and correction since i had never tried that before.

Well there goes my idea of tinkering with video editing. I just don't have the time for that...lol

Great job! I love these 'regular' people videos. I look forward to seeing more of them.
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You should t be discouraged by how long someone spent on a project. Just start small. I do some 3-4 minute edits in a night or two. Just depends on how much you feel like putting into it
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Simply put, this video gets me stoked. I already planned on recording some video this season for the same reason (though it will likely be pathetic in both riding and video quality compared to this), but this got me more inspired. While it's fun to watch Romain de Marchi filmed from a helicopter getting wicked air on some remote peak, your video is actually something I can relate and aspire to. I really like your camera work and post-production. The bird scene @5:47 is almost surreal and I chuckled at the air-guitar-to-faceplant @8:50. Nice music selection too. Thanks for sharing.
i feel the same way. me and my buddy have talked about gettin a flip because they are so cheap but htis cam looks really good.

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awesome vid bro...im not into boring vids that constantly show jumping off kickers and rails and what not...they get boring after 20 sec. but i really enjoyed this one. some good thought and editting went into this one
exactly. me and my buds suck. i think the OP is crazy when he says they arent that good. their skill level is way higher than mine. this is one of the most enjoyable movies ive watched this year. im like these guys, i cant relate to hopping on a heli with my pro buddies and riding new zealand in the summer. i can relate to riding with my buds on our hill and taking trips with them to ride bigger mountains though. i really love this vid, its totally inspired me. im so freaking stoked to go ride right now i cant hardly even stand it. 3 more weeks til our hill opens...
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cool video and very good edit!
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sweet video, nice camera too


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Not sure if anyone is interested but i have the video on vimeo as well and the quality is much better over there. They have a full download as well which is about 98% of the native file. Its the best quality version of it on the web.
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