"The" Matt | '00 Limited WJ | "The White Wolf" aka "Willow" aka "Cool Whip" aka "Sweet 'N Low" aka "AKA"
Utah JeepCrew #39 | Club Matt #1
December '11 GCOTM | Build: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f197/life-times-979511/
I recently got a new camera. One that I have been wanting for a LONG time. These are the first test runs to find good mounting positions. I will have to learn fhow to edit movies by splicing scenes to get rid of a lot of junk and to make them cooler. I will also have to figure out how to add music. I feel as though they are pretty entertaining right now though. Very interesting to see things from a camera's perspective. They are HUGE videos and take FOREVER to get uploaded to youtube, but I am trying, there are definately more.
Please feel free to comment and make some suggestions for camera angles! This is a very interesting camera and it is hard to use it to it's full potential. I have a few ideas already for some really nice angles. Unfortunately this will further my position as Photographer on trailruns, making sure that everyones vehicles are caught at there best and then finding that there are no pictures of my OWN rig!! Hahaha!
Rich, I use "windows live movie maker" for my video edits. It comes on many stock windows computers. It allows me to splice videos, add text, add music, etc. I will post up a video when I an on a computer, not my phone. It is pretty simple to use.
I looked for it on my laptops but can't find it. In all honety I can't even play these movies very well on my computers but they work great through Youtube. They are HUGE files when shot in 1080. The default I have is realplayer, I don't like it.
From saturday. Sorry we couldn't link up Tom. The very last video I almost die. I had been just cruising around all day and out of nowhere I tried to kill myself, or the Jeep anyway. It is a nasty and butt clenching couple of seconds of video. When it was happening, it sure felt like a lot longer than it actually took. There is just a very sickening moment when everything looks as though it's going to end very very badly. I will make a seperate post of the near death video (when it loads anyway).
Those videos were great! I felt like I was able to go wheeling with you, it was a fun ride along. In comparison with my video's, it really shows how much more stable the picture is with a go pro.
Here are my edited videos from Grand Slam, most of them have music. I wish your computer had Live Movie Maker. It works great for me. There are other free programs out there as well, but I have just used this one.