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Old May 29th, 2007, 08:47 AM   #136
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It seems it`s just me that are not able to download Ricardos`s files.

Caramba, mermão, não consigo downloudá seu material.
E não tenho a menor idéia do porquê. Seria uma novíssima versão do QT?
Eu definitivamente não tenho tido esse problema.
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Old May 29th, 2007, 09:54 AM   #137
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Ron..
esta é a mensagem q aparece!?

Sorry, the free service is at full capacity.
Please try later or upgrade to sendspace Max™ to enable guaranteed slots and instant, fast downloads.

vou tentar outro site pra fazer o upload...
n try again!


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Old May 29th, 2007, 11:12 PM   #138
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Baby Dove clip

Just a little fella I filmed who was sitting on the tree next door a couple of days ago. Shot in 25P, Cinemode, full zoom, hand held, OIS on, with a slight levels adjustment and some minor sharpening in Vegas 7. WMV9 (which leaves a lot to be desired), 17mb.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ZQJY7Q5E

This is a native Australian dove by the way, not like the white peace doves.
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Old May 30th, 2007, 12:56 AM   #139
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Great video!

wow, I really liked the way this looked. Beautiful shot. The colors were very nice. Amazing what this camera can do! Thanks for the post :)
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Old May 30th, 2007, 01:18 AM   #140
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HV20 clips post 24p "free" windows pulldown removal

1280x720 - mixed static, one part uses 35mm adapter
http://stage6.divx.com/user/YouSilly...Travelling-Man

720x400 - mostly static
http://stage6.divx.com/user/YouSilly...HV20-PF24-Test

720x400 - mostly kinetic -- rolling shutter/ois/motion judder and all! -- don't be alarmed, toy guns
http://stage6.divx.com/user/YouSilly...t-AShau-Valley
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Old May 30th, 2007, 12:37 PM   #141
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was this shot in 24p ???????? and if 24p conema mode or no cinema mode ???????????? thatnxxx
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Old May 31st, 2007, 02:14 AM   #142
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So I finally got around to uploading a higher res version of the youtube video if anyone's interested in checking it out.

http://www.sandhillstudio.net/CANONH...Example-03.wmv
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Old May 31st, 2007, 03:12 AM   #143
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Looks great, you're happy with the camera?
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Old May 31st, 2007, 03:35 AM   #144
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I love it so far! I haven't got to shoot a whole lot with it but so far I'm blown away at the quality. I'm in the middle of editing the last project I shot with my GL2's. After I'm done with this project I'll have more time to start shooting in HD with they HV20. I'm selling both my Canon GL2's as we speak because it's time to upgrade to HD and this camera will suite my needs and best of all it's in my budget! Besides I want to get rid of the GL2's while there's still a demand for them. But IMO I'm happy to downgrade so to speak in the eyes of some people to the HV20 from the GL2's because I personally think the quality is far superior. I could care less that it only has one CCD sensor compared to the 3 in the GL2, the quality of video is undeniable. I haven't done much low light comparison, I think the GL2's do do better in low light but when the final video size is 1/3 the size of the HV20 and in almost all other situations the HV20 produces a Far superior picture, it's a no brainer switch for me. The only reason i would hesitate is if I was doing weddings or something and was going to be embarrassed by it's small size. luckily all my video projects are for DVDs and my clients don't care what I use as long as the final product looks good.

I did render that video in 24p which everyone is RAVING about on here but to be honest, I couldn't really tell any difference. I watched the video before pull down and after and they really looked so close I'm not sure I can see any difference.

haha so yeah to answer your question, I love it so far. I've watched the high resolution copy of the video you just downloaded over and over and I still get blown away at the leaves blowing in the wind and the clarity of the white geese. pretty amazing!

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Old May 31st, 2007, 08:43 AM   #145
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Hi Martin

that was non24p. Standard High Defination

And i didnnt have the settings on Cinema mode, it wasShutter priority (TV).
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Old May 31st, 2007, 08:59 AM   #146
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Yeah, the GL2 is a great camera. I had the PAL version XM2 myself. Probably the thing i miss the most would be the 20x zoom. Still I guess some HV20 footage could be cropped to emulate a 20x zoom at DV resolution! Or pay a lot extra and get an XHA1 which has the 20x zoom. A better camera for sure, but I've noticed purple fringing in a lot of XHA1 footage I've seen and the 24F just doesn't seem as sharp as 24P or 25P on the HV20.

By the way, I love your duck and geese shots. They are geese, right?
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Old May 31st, 2007, 09:15 AM   #147
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Great looking footage. Did you just use one camera? If so, great work syncing up the vocals in the different shots there.
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Old June 8th, 2007, 02:52 PM   #148
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My 5 minute short - HV20/Brevis

This 5 minute edited piece is part of a larger 20min capstone project for my school. I shot with the HV20, Brevis35 HD imaging bundle, and Canon FD f2 28mm, f1.4 50mm lenses.

In terms of editing, there was only one shot with color correction, and it was the exterior shot outside that I put a warmish glow to it. Other than that it was all from the Brevis/HV20

Its about a student dealing with depression, girls, social anxiety, basically whatever you think would constitute a hard time in a persons life...its not exactly revealed.

It was my first real project as a filmmaker/directer. As a crew of myself it was very difficult to light in the amount of time I had, but I think it worked out for the most part.

I wanted to have a documentary/home movie feel to the project, and I think I was successful in that. It was a personal project as well, because a lot of the scenes are reflections of memories I had during that year.


Scenes From the Worst Year of My Life 720x480 .WMV 155mb

Scenes From the Worst Year of My Life 360x240 QT 17mb
(Only watch this small one if you really have to, the other one looks much better!!)
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Old June 9th, 2007, 12:23 PM   #149
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Matthew, not at all bad for a first effort. I like a lot of the angles you used to help tell the story.
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Old June 10th, 2007, 02:41 AM   #150
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This looks great. I really like it. Out of focus in parts and inconsistant colour, but still a lot better than I'm sure it would have looked without the Brevis. Seems like a decent short too. No idea what's troubling him the most, but seems authentic enough. Nice one.

Will you be posting the completed 20 minute version anytime?
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