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    Very nice video

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    Excellent Vid, Nice one

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    Excellent video well done - does act as proof that it does sometimes stop raining in the Lakes.

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    Great looking roads.... pity about the cars

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUNED IN View Post
    Great looking roads.... pity about the cars
    I neither have the software to "photoshop" them out of video, nor laser proton torpedoes on the bike, to blast them off the road. Unfortunately.

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    Super vid

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    Nice little vid' and good choice of music too.........first album I ever bought
    As the great philosopher Keating once wrote " Life is a rollercoaster, you just gotta ride it!" ------Amen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Nice little vid' and good choice of music too.........first album I ever bought
    I do get a little frustrated at the "usual" rock track. Having lived in the States and seen and heard hundreds of the damnable home made movies that are just 12 minutes of a straight road and one west coast soft rock audio pap track, laid down 4 times, I did do a movie for a Horizons Unlimited meet up in British Columbia, that had Ave Maria as the backing track.
    I have another that was done to a Chinese version of a Gorilaz song. Blew their goddam yankie minds!!!

    So Art of Noise is tame. Apt I hope though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugsley View Post
    Super vid
    A five thumber...that's high praise, I'm more used to one finger!

    thanks.

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    Excellent vid & thanks for posting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flashman View Post
    Excellent vid & thanks for posting it.
    I believe that apart from the black Saab, the back of your jacket takes a lead role doesn't it?

    And, thanks for the exuberance of thumbs.

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    Yes, twas me. A five thumber vid since I had a feature!

    Thanks again Lamble

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flashman View Post
    Yes, twas me. A five thumber vid since I had a feature!

    Thanks again Lamble
    So now you know if your bum looks big in those!

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    Went to the Mac shop today to see if there was any additional image stabilisation I could use. I'd considered using Motion and setting an image focal point, around which Motion would control the amount of movement. Unfortunately the vibration was too irregular to make this viable. So what you see is the result of I Movie stabilisation, and built in camera stability software.

    What it seems to boil down to is properly mounting the camera.

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    Here's a question...bike noise in or out?

    I prefer in, but knocked back most of the time, as I believe it adds realism and I can relate to the engine noise in relation to speed. But does anyone just find it annoying or distracting?

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    Lambie - Great vid. Out of interest, what camera and mounting system did you make that movie on?

    Cheers !

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