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Old 15th November 2010
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E-5 short video

My first short video with the camera.
Unfortunately with a low sun to my right (or left). I felt however it was worth posting.


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Re: E-5 short video

Good morning Barrie

Nice one! Love railways so most appropriate for me.

You have been more adventurous than me and it worked well. I have been meant to try panned shots etc. This has encouraged me to give it another go!
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Re: E-5 short video

What size was the file immediately after shooting - ie before any processing or whatever you do to it to put it on YouTube etc

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Re: E-5 short video

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Good morning Barrie

Nice one! Love railways so most appropriate for me.

You have been more adventurous than me and it worked well. I have been meant to try panned shots etc. This has encouraged me to give it another go!
I knew you would like it Peter - thanks.

I will have to use P Mode next time. When I look at it with fresh eyes this morning I note it is a little dark. It may well have been the low sun that had a bearing.

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What size was the file immediately after shooting - ie before any processing or whatever you do to it to put it on YouTube etc

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Hi Derek -

I normally use Pinnacle Studio to make my videos. Since upgrading to Windows 7 it has presented me with a problem. When trying to open a file its says 'You need permission to etc etc'. I have not as yet found an answer to solve the issue.

Windows Live Movie Maker overcame the problem. Although it is light in content it is very simple to use and a program I would recommend - 'Windows Movie Maker' for XP and Vista.

Now to answer your question the video was in two parts. Video and still (1).

Video size: 54.7Mb and the pic size: 5.4Mb = 60.1 in total.

It took under five minutes to upload it to YouTube.

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