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    A peek above the frosty misty....

    Flight over the farm this morning to have a look above the fog layer.. props got a bit of ice on them going up and coming down.. Looks quite pretty.. if a little dull.. put this on if you want to calm down.!

    http://youtu.be/HzNfddVTxL0

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    Re: A peek above the frosty misty....

    Very beautiful & serene! Well done!
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    Re: A peek above the frosty misty....

    looks good but where are all the hills?
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    Re: A peek above the frosty misty....

    Ha quattro..this part of sunny Wales is not blessed with hills....

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    Re: A peek above the frosty misty....

    Beautiful Pembs. I miss Wizzo's pics. What happened to him?
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    Re: A peek above the frosty misty....

    Quote Originally Posted by wr. View Post
    Beautiful Pembs. I miss Wizzo's pics. What happened to him?

    He had to relocate back last year, I don't think he has either the stunning scenery or the time to post since.

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    Re: A peek above the frosty misty....

    Quote Originally Posted by jbo1948 View Post
    Very beautiful & serene! Well done!
    Jim
    Hi. Thankyou for the positive vibe!
    Did you notice if the film was skipping/jerking atall.?
    Im a bit frustrated by the version i see .. but perhaps it is my connection..

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    Re: A peek above the frosty misty....

    It does jump a bit, are you converting frame rates at any point?
    The more you look into optimising and rendering settings, the more there is to learn.
    If putting on youtube it seems best to stick at 30 or 60 throughout.

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    Re: A peek above the frosty misty....

    Quote Originally Posted by 4wd View Post
    It does jump a bit, are you converting frame rates at any point?
    The more you look into optimising and rendering settings, the more there is to learn.
    If putting on youtube it seems best to stick at 30 or 60 throughout.
    Hi 4wd. Its really frustrating. All i did was put the you tube stabilise tool into use to slow some of the panning shots.. however it ended up fluffing the vid... I filmed it at 1080 at 30 fps.

    I have done a re edit avoiding the you tube tools..

    http://youtu.be/7swg_3lTmOM

    Thankyou for the feedback!

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    Re: A peek above the frosty misty....

    That does seem much better, I didn't realise the YT stabiliser could make it jitter - it can work quite well with some video.

    Youtube seem to have mostly improved immensely the last couple of years but you seem to get the odd one their processing doesn't quite suit.
    They seem to be apply some kind of antialias filter or subtle smoothing, which makes some videos look better uploaded than they did before.
    Something I notice is that if you have a tablet computer, youtube video seems far better viewed on the app rather than in a browser - but a lot of options seem hidden in strange places especially regarding managing your own videos.

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