Wanted to do a little comparision between my Motorola Android Phone and my trusty Aiptek GVS and show the results side by side. Easier said than done...
In the Droid it is recorded at 720x480 at 24fps and in my Aiptek 1280x720 at 60fps, with stabilization on. Bit rate, sound rate, etc. will be different too. I mainly want to show just a quick look at basic quality and frame coverage when both are held at arm's length.
So here I am, just walking along a trail and holding the Droid and Aiptek at arm's length while I walk. Not at the same time, of course. That would have been nice but a bit hard to do since each has the lens at different locations on the respective units and would be hard to hold both at the same time.
Edited in my Vista Moviemaker6 on my Win7 confuser. Various output profiles would not work with the side-by-side transition I used- probably because of diffeent types of input files being used. I did find a profile that did work: Windows Media HD 960x720, 4:3, 24fps.
Also, in using the particular transition, the audio track emphasis will move from one input file to other. In this finished vid it starts out mainly on the left vid and then moves to mainly on the right vid. Actually, kind of works out OK.