1. Trent Pennington; Race Practice


    from TheCampayne / Added

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    Fun little edit Trent and I put together for some of his race practice, enjoy.

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    • 9:17 a.m.


      from Taylor Morgan / Added

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      In lieu of working all the time, one must remember to take breaks for the self. It is in these pauses that we re-discover or re-confirm what it is we love to do, and why we continue to do it. For the first time in a long time, I made this video just for fun, with no forethought or motivation; it just happened. So, I framed it around this - In tribute to the RC copter that will soon be flying my camera through the heavens, I present a video portrait of sorts. Starring the custom hexcopter built and piloted by my friend and colleague, Travis Geske. Also featuring my friend and very talented photographer, Kenneth Padilla. Filmed and edited in just a few hours. Shot in 1080 60p, in-camera monochrome on the GH3 with custom tone/contrast settings, Voigtlander 25mm f/0.95, variable ND filter. Edited in Premiere Pro CS6. No post coloring. Enjoy, then get out and shoot! Music Artist: Ratatat Song: Cherry My Cinematography - www.taylormorgancinema.com Photography by Travis - www.travisgeske.com Photography by Kenneth - www.kennethpadilla.com ...Aerial footage coming soon

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      • FZ200 1080 60p Traffic Test


        from Alan McDonley / Added

        For years I have paid attention to HD sample video clips from each new consumer camera, always looking for clips containing traffic or a train crossing the field of view rapidly to gauge the state of the video sensors, and the compression algorithms. I bought my first "HD Ready" TV in 2001 when the only program material was beautiful HD demo shorts of inanimate or slow moving objects shot in optimal lighting with professional HD cameras. At that time consumer video was just going digital. The only HD VCR was thousands of dollars. Also that year, I paid $750 for a Panasonic PV-DV401 "digital" tape camcorder. In 2004 my wife and I spent a month writing, editing, and narrating a 30 minute "Grand Canyon and Las Vegas" travel video. In 2009, I purchased a Panasonic ZS3 which could shoot 720p HD in "AVCHD-lite." The camera produced much better quality than digital SDV, but nothing like those demo loops at 1080i. My "Wakodahatchee Wetlands" video posted here on Vimeo is from that camera. This year (2012) Panasonic released several new cameras with 1080 60p video capabilities. I was enticed by the G5 "big" sensor sample videos, and the FZ200's 120fps 720p HD with an all-in-one 25-600mm equiv. constant f/2.8 lens. I ended up choosing the $500 Panasonic/Lumix FZ200 and frequenting the dpreview Panasonic Talk forum to see how other owners were getting the most from the camera. One of the posters there, Steve McDonald has a number of traffic test clips from various "real" video cameras, which is my favorite test as well. While he chose to hand-hold with a steadying rod on a cloudy day to tax the camera. My hand-holding skill will cause people to pop a valium, so I used a tripod for my test, and I want to know how the camera can do in optimal conditions with a difficult subject - high speed cross field motion. When I got home and started viewing the clips, it was clear that raw 1080 60p consumer video still does not match the clarity of those HD demo clips eleven years prior. (I noted that Graham Hough has an information video claiming all video should be processed with unsharp masking. I'll have to investigate that next.) The next issue that became apparent is that my 2.66GHz core i5 using Toast Video Player to play my clips full screen (27" iMac) is stuttering about once a second. (Well actually, the first issue was that I saw stuttering and assumed my new camera is a POS. ) VLC does a little better, but I can see that evaluating these clips is going to be tough. I already know that using pyTivo to transcode the AVCHD to my Tivo introduces stutter. I'm going to have to burn the clip to Blu-Ray to watch it on the big screen TV. Anyway - here is the Aperture Priority f/3.2 ISO 100 1080 60p video clip. Vimeo warns me that they convert 1080p to 720p for better playback, and they "automatically convert it to 30p for you", so perhaps only by downloading the 132MB clip can you actually see "the full (raw) quality".

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        • Shooting with the HX9V in the Patio


          from Andres F. Collazos / Added

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          Just having a bit of fun with my DSC-HX9V on a PROLINE tripod, shooting in my home's Patio. Camera set to AVCHD, 1080 60p and 28Mbps. No special settings, just intelligent AUTO, 0ev, and Standard Movie Steady Shot. The camera indicated a tripod mount automatically on the display. I used the Tracking Focus on a couple clips, and it proved useful mostly for locking on a foreground item, then re-composing and finally deactivating said feature during the shoot, to allow refocusing on a predominant background. This only works when zoomed-in, so one has to step away from the foreground subject. I re-wrapped the video clips with REMUX to m4v format (pretty fast and effective I might add), so iMovie '11 could import them. That's what I used to edit (no optimization, processing or stabilization added, save for the slowing-down of a few clips), but I believe iMovie drops the project and final movie to only 30fps, which is rather painful considering how good the original footage looked when played back with VLC...! The final shots of the Lizzard are at a 2m distance, zoomed all the way (16x) Theme: Busindre Reel By: HEVIA

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          • April 8, 2011


            from Christian Dave Vega / Added

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            the date on the video is wrong... lolz

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            • BWI Four Flights - Edited


              from Ray M / Added

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              This is the 90 sec. edited version of the full resolution footage posted earlier. This version was edited in Premiere Pro CS5 with text, ambient sound and music overlayed. It was exported in H264 format at about 18 Mbps bitrate and full resolution. IMO, the quality holds up well at these settings and even the You Tube version at half the bitrate still looks very good fullscreen in 1080. Just part of my ongoing learning process in shooting and editing at high resolution with this fine little camera (Panasonic TM700).

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              • Panasonic HDC TM700 1080 60p raw footage 1


                from alainhubert / Added

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                Just a quick test showing the high quality of 1080 @60p. There is a very slight chromatic aberration at the very begining caused by the OIS system lens. This was shot handheld of course.

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                • Victory Vision - Panasonic TM700 full HD 1080 60p


                  from Ray M / Added

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                  First effort at shooting, editing and uploading full 1080 60p HD video at original resolution. This is not a display of movie making skills (obviously), just an effort to use the TM700, combine video and audio in Vegas Pro, and upload the file. This was shot at 1080 60p and rendered at 20Mbps bitrate. Whether that stands up to Vimeo conversion, I don't know, as this is the first time using the site. The audio track combines added background music and the actual engine sounds captured by the camera.

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                  • Faces of the Texas Zoos


                    from HollywoodShahbaz / Added

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                    Footage taken from the Fort Worth Zoo, Dallas Zoo, and Houston Zoo. Mixture of Handheld and tripod footage taken with my Panasonic HDC-HS700. Color correcting in post with Premiere CS5, rendered in 20MB Bitrate in 1920x1080 60p. Song is Adiemus by Adiemus & Karl Jenkins (Live)

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                    • Panasonic SD700 Video Test - Antibes Yatching port


                      from Jacques_F / Added

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                      First video test with this camera. Shots done in 1080/50p , edited and converted in 1080/25p in Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate. Editing works fine with Studio HD 14 on a Intel Core I7 Quad core Laptop. Will try to edit in true 50p in Studio but don't think it's possible. Raw 1080/50p displayed smoothly with following media players: Windows WMP, Media player Classic Home Cinema and VLP on my Laptop This camera is awesome ! Location: Shots done at Port "Vauban" in Antibes city , French Riviera, biggest Yachting port in Europe. Music: "Infinite Arms" - Band of Horses

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