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Old January 22nd, 2007, 08:37 AM   #91
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Stunning trailer! Important subject. I had no idea this was going on. I hope you get funding.
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Old January 22nd, 2007, 12:41 PM   #92
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My first clip for you!

Take a look at a clip from one of our last T.V. shows it is quick and short. *It is a hunting video clip, shows a deer getting shot be warned it is not for everyone! Thanks hope you enjoy.
http://www.huntingfootage.com/showphoto.php?photo=3397
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Old January 22nd, 2007, 12:42 PM   #93
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I've been developing a screenplay on this topic for a while now!

btw I live in the Philippines where a lot of this stuff takes place. But the key area is the Straights of Malucca. I wish I was rich enough to contribute to your project! Good luck!
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Old January 22nd, 2007, 02:45 PM   #94
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Trigger

Hey everyone, I just recently completed a 50 minute acton-drama called "Trigger," follwing the story of four thieves as they attempt to rob a bank in New York. I created a myspace page for it with the trailer on it, however, the music is not originally scored yet. It's poor quality and the myspace isn't completely finished yet, but check it out and let me know what you think. I'll be posting more information on the film soon.

http://myspace.com/triggerfilm

Thanks alot!
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Old January 22nd, 2007, 06:55 PM   #95
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Old January 23rd, 2007, 07:53 AM   #96
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Action sequence shots with the sony hc1 (and occasionally with the dvx100)

I've been doing some action shots lately. Here's one of our newest tests. This was shot in 35mm and I made some behind the scenes. It's in wmv format.

http://www.hmcindie.com/movies/Taikk...%20quality.wmv

This next clip was shot in a nice snowy atmosphere. There's one dvx100 shot embedded with the hc1 shots. Try to guess where.

http://hmcindie.pp.fi/lissu/

Here's some photos.

http://www.hmcindie.com/index.php?su...u=kuvagalleria
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Old January 23rd, 2007, 01:04 PM   #97
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Video at the MFA Boston

I made this kung fu movie a couple years ago, and won an unprecedented traveling scholarship. The trailer is online:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GW-beUwgfXo

I'm now preparing a new video for the Museum of Fine Art's (Boston) Traveling Scholars exhibition. It opens February 10 to March 11, if you're in the neighborhood. Also, if you are a tech wiz I'm running into all kinds of problems, so take a look at my threads if you can help out!
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Old January 23rd, 2007, 04:22 PM   #98
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Was that first piece really shot with the HC1? I ask because to me there seems to be a big quality difference between the first video and the second video.

The first video pretty darn good for a consumer camera. It is amazing what great lighting can do for a cheap camera. I thought the compression held up very well considering all the random drops of water flying all over the place. You didn't by any chance have this hooked up to a component capture system did you?

Was this a PAL unit? If so did you use the cinema effect mode or just a deinterlace. I noticed the video was 1024x576 so I assume it is PAL and you converted to a 16x9 SD file. Very nice results on that. I watched it full screen on my 1440x900 laptop monitor and it looked very detailed.
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Old January 23rd, 2007, 06:11 PM   #99
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Was that first piece really shot with the HC1? I ask because to me there seems to be a big quality difference between the first video and the second video.
Yup. Also the arctic wind divx piece is encoded to 1024x576 quality. We shot it mainly with the hc1 because it held up very well against the dvx100. It was kinda weird using the bigger and sturdier camera as the b-camera, but that's how it was.

The lighting on the first piece was good enough so I could close the iris a bit and that helps with the sharpness quite a lot. I also used a high shutter on some of those shots and it helps in slowmotion and makes all the water droplets easy to spot. But it will also increase mpeg artifacts.

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I thought the compression held up very well considering all the random drops of water flying all over the place. You didn't by any chance have this hooked up to a component capture system did you?
Nope, it was straight to hdv and to the mpeg2 encoder. Mpeg2 tends to break up during fast motion video, but for some strange reasons it worked well enough here. I did do a small smart smoother filter on virtualdub though and that helps the compression to wmv or divx. Resizing was also done on virtualdub as premieres scaling is not so good.

And yes, this was a pal unit and I did just a simple deinterlace. HC1 is a great unit which has only 2 drawbacks (as a consumer camera) and those are bad low light and rolling shutter.

These were basically just for my own hobby of doing action setpieces.
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Old January 23rd, 2007, 10:23 PM   #100
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HD Clip from San Francisco Reggae Concert

Flew in from Fort Lauderdale to San Francisco on the 13th to help out a promoter with his event on the 14th at DNA Lounge in San Francisco. Had 2 HVX200's for a multicamera shoot but the laptop on the second camera was messing up. This is a clip of the various artists that performed.

720/24p clip... 223MB... 3 minutes long:
http://facetmedia.com/portfolio/video/sfconcert.mov
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Old January 24th, 2007, 12:27 AM   #101
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Man in Manali trailer :: Garifuna documentary

Howdy all,

I've recently finished a trailer for an upcoming documentary on the Garifuna of Honduras (Manali) and would be thankful for any feedback.

http://www.yournextvideo.com/Site/Man_in_Manali.html

cheers
-adam




ps -- any thoughts on our website would also be appreciated (It's new too!)
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Old January 24th, 2007, 06:03 AM   #102
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This looks really cool! Can't wait to see more.
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Old January 24th, 2007, 08:47 AM   #103
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Thanks, I've added mpeg's to go along with the .wmv files, but the .mpg file came out looking pretty bad in comparison. The file size is much larger as well.

I'll work on getting some better mpeg files up and running soon.

Thanks again,

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Old January 26th, 2007, 02:24 AM   #104
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Here's a new clip:

http://hmcindie.pp.fi/illu

They were shooting it for film and I did some behind the scenes and my own cut of the fight which can be seen at the end of the clip.
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Old January 27th, 2007, 07:13 PM   #105
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Who have time to check speed connection Italy-USA?

These are 2 URL of backstage on my web site that I setup in progressive download for WMPlayer, encoder WMV VHS Quality 320x240 400 Kbps.
I have also 640x480 but need 1078 minimum speed ADSL and someone have problem to see video so I do new encoding 320x240.

Its enought 2 minutes each one but its important if you replay effect, advices and problem here or by email.

I will do the same about your video and your site, bye bye, Alvaro.

http://www.albaro.org/LesFilmFrancaisR.htm

http://www.albaro.org/CeriGubbioR.htm
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