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Old May 15th, 2006, 01:15 AM   #1
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HC1 footage at the Bellagio Hotel Conservatory

Hello again!

I was playin around with my HC1 to try to find some settings I would be happy with.
Considering I live in Las Vegas, I figured that video taping some colorful flowers at the Bellagio Hotel Conservatory would be an ideal place.
There is no sound because I wanted to limit the size of the file.

Below is a link to a page that I have put the videos. Just save them to your desktop and play em!

Just a warning!! ...........I AM AN AMATEUR! but learning quickly

I would appreciate if any of you have some advice for optimum video compression for the web (best picture but minimal size).

go to: http://blog.helpcharliegetwell.com

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Old May 15th, 2006, 08:25 AM   #2
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Old May 18th, 2006, 09:51 PM   #3
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The purpose of this was to see the color of the HC1.

I really liked the purple.

I have another clip of a lady bug made from red flowers. That one really shows how bad the reds are on the HC1! =(

I taped it in HD but downconverted to SD using the camera's built-in converter.
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Old May 19th, 2006, 12:16 AM   #4
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Hello again!

I was playin around with my HC1 to try to find some settings I would be happy with.
Considering I live in Las Vegas, I figured that video taping some colorful flowers at the Bellagio Hotel Conservatory would be an ideal place.
There is no sound because I wanted to limit the size of the file.

Below is a link to a page that I have put the videos. Just save them to your desktop and play em!

Just a warning!! ...........I AM AN AMATEUR! but learning quickly

I would appreciate if any of you have some advice for optimum video compression for the web (best picture but minimal size).

go to: http://blog.helpcharliegetwell.com

Regards,

Charlie
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Sorry, but I can't seem to make the vid link work. ???

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Old May 19th, 2006, 03:55 PM   #5
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John,

The Video file is pretty big (like 50mb).
If you clicked on the link your browser then started to download it without telling you and you didn't notice.

Best thing to do is Right-Click on the link and then select to save link to disk.
Save it to your desktop and when it is done VOILA! Play it!

Sorry about the hassle.....it's the only way I can host a video file.
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