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Old March 29th, 2009, 09:52 AM   #61
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Youtube - Vimeo - Exposure Room - Blip.tv???

I just purchased a HD7 (should have it next week) and have been reading the conversations in this thread about the various hosting sites and the frame rates/resolutions that they convert to. My question is about Blip.tv, I use them and have been happy with the quality of the video.

If you dont mind please check out the couple of little vids I have up and give me your opinions. Mind that these are not HD, I shot these with a GL2/DVX-100A/XL1s, and am very excited to shoot in HD, although I wish it were a HVX-200 but since I am not making money with my camera I cant justify such a nice camera right now so the HD7 will have to do :)

CMPritchett on blip.tv

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Old March 29th, 2009, 08:14 PM   #62
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JVC GZ-HD7 new video!

Hello,

I have uploaded one new video if some would like to see here is link: Vegetables & Flowers Maraket in Ahmedabad on Vimeo

Suggestions and feedback are welcome.

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Old March 29th, 2009, 09:53 PM   #63
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I’ve seen most of your videos including this one and it reminds me that I really do need to go to India one day but I really don’t know when. Theirs other countries I want to visit as well.

I’ve gotten my Associates degree in TV Broadcasting back in 2005 and I ended up taking loans because I couldn’t use the whole amount of my GI Bill unless I’m in college for 36 months. Now with the increase in benefits that should have happened a long time ago, I may actually go back in May and get a Bachelors since I don’t even have a permanent job at the moment and it will make my resume look a little better. Still, I would have preferred to use the rest of my GI Bill to pay off my loans and buy myself a new camcorder since I haven’t bought a good one ever since the HC1. That would definitely turn my life around but it’s too bad I’m not allowed to do that.

So basically it’ll take me a while until I get a chance to go their and I have a good idea on doing a documentary on India. I hope it wont be too long because the country you want to visit today may not be the same county in the future. That’s my advise to anyone who plan on traveling to different countries.
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Old March 29th, 2009, 10:43 PM   #64
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Iíve seen most of your videos including this one and it reminds me that I really do need to go to India one day but I really donít know when. Theirs other countries I want to visit as well.

Iíve gotten my Associates degree in TV Broadcasting back in 2005 and I ended up taking loans because I couldnít use the whole amount of my GI Bill unless Iím in college for 36 months. Now with the increase in benefits that should have happened a long time ago, I may actually go back in May and get a Bachelors since I donít even have a permanent job at the moment and it will make my resume look a little better. Still, I would have preferred to use the rest of my GI Bill to pay off my loans and buy myself a new camcorder since I havenít bought a good one ever since the HC1. That would definitely turn my life around but itís too bad Iím not allowed to do that.

So basically itíll take me a while until I get a chance to go their and I have a good idea on doing a documentary on India. I hope it wont be too long because the country you want to visit today may not be the same county in the future. Thatís my advise to anyone who plan on traveling to different countries.
Yes, I do remeber you have sent me some feedback/ suggestions. I wish all the best for your future, and I hope you will able to fullfiled your dream to visit many places. I wish you will soon be in India and will make what you actually want to make on India.

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Old March 29th, 2009, 10:53 PM   #65
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I just purchased a HD7 (should have it next week) and have been reading the conversations in this thread about the various hosting sites and the frame rates/resolutions that they convert to. My question is about Blip.tv, I use them and have been happy with the quality of the video.

If you dont mind please check out the couple of little vids I have up and give me your opinions. Mind that these are not HD, I shot these with a GL2/DVX-100A/XL1s, and am very excited to shoot in HD, although I wish it were a HVX-200 but since I am not making money with my camera I cant justify such a nice camera right now so the HD7 will have to do :)

CMPritchett on blip.tv

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Congratulation! On your purchase of HD7. And I am sure you will love it, how much you pay for it? I am proud owner of HD7 since last two years! I have gone through your given link, but I advise you to upload your video on vimeo, and even now I advise you to upload them in YouTube, since they are now allowing HD videos up to 1GB (10Mins). Vimeo only allow one time 500MB and only 1 HD movie in one week! So YouTube is better to use, file up to 1GB, and no limit of HD videos, you can upload so many.

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Old May 8th, 2009, 08:18 PM   #66
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Musical Show

Recently I have shot one video it is about music. If someone would like to see and have interest in music here is link: Rhythm Pulze, Annual Show 2009 on Vimeo

Suggestions and feedback are appreciated

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Old May 26th, 2009, 07:51 AM   #67
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Hello!

I have uploaded one Musical Fashion Video, if some one is interested here is link: Reliance Broadband+ Launching Event on Vimeo

Feedback/ suggestions are welcom.

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Old July 7th, 2009, 07:52 PM   #68
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New video from HD7

Hello,

Last Sunday in our city one perticular area was "NO CAR DAY". And I take opertunity to make video, I try to show contrast between two days.

Here is link:

C. G. Road Walkers Day, "NO CAR DAY" on Vimeo
YouTube - C.G. Road Walkers Day, "NO CAR DAY"

One more birthday video, this will show how JVC HD7 is abale to get solid colors.

YouTube - Birthday Celebration in Atira

Both videos will show some nice images, captured by HD7.

Suggestions/ feedback are well come.

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Old July 24th, 2009, 11:11 PM   #69
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New video from HD7

This is my new video from HD7, look how GREEN is looking stunning!

Atira, Ahmedabad after rain on Vimeo

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Old July 29th, 2009, 11:25 AM   #70
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New video, Royal Enfield Ride

Last week my friend and his wife and me went on ride of his new Royal Enfield Bullet, I took some video of them and compalie in short film. If some one would like to see please follow below link:

Royal Enfield Ride on Vimeo

YouTube - Royal Enfield Ride

Suggestions/ feedback are most welcome.

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Old July 29th, 2009, 11:08 PM   #71
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You have to have the sound to have the story! I think it would be much better if someone talked what is this motorcycle, why do they enjoy riding.
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Old July 29th, 2009, 11:19 PM   #72
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You have to have the sound to have the story! I think it would be much better if someone talked what is this motorcycle, why do they enjoy riding.
Robert Rogoz,

Yes, indeed that would have been great! I really never thought on that, but I am framing it in my mind and realized that yes, if they would have speak something, you know I know what I would have asked them and what they would have replied, I missed this opertunity!

Thanks for your feedback and I took it in correct spirit.

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Old September 28th, 2009, 09:16 PM   #73
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Hello!

I recently did one Wedding Reception video, if someone would would like to see here is link: Marriage Reception Video on Vimeo

I would really appreciate suggestion/ fedback on this video.

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Old January 2nd, 2010, 01:19 AM   #74
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New short video with HD7

Hello

I have created one short video, it is about homeless people in my city who live on roadside, and try live, if someone is interested please here is link:

YouTube - Ahmedabad Winter Morning

I would really appreciate suggestions & feedback.

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Old January 6th, 2010, 03:23 PM   #75
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I think you caught the climate really well, but yet again, some interviews would be nice. But I honestly think it's one of your best pieces so far.
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