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Old September 5th, 2005, 03:14 PM   #16
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Isn't this primer actually a word-for-word copy of another member's response to a much earlier "Iriver for Dummies" post with a few minor additions? The original poster (John McManimie) said he had personally written these dummies instructions for himself.

The original post from August 6th is here: http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/showthrea...light=dummies).

Mr. Foley did not repost this until Aug. 28th.

I think that it is wrong to repost without giving credit to the original poster. This is plagarism and should not be tolerated on a board of this caliber.
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Old September 8th, 2005, 02:45 PM   #17
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Interesting how Mr. Foley did not respond to your charges of plagarism. The silence is deafening.
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Old September 11th, 2005, 02:20 AM   #18
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Hello, anyone have tried synchronising iriver with premiere? just got one question, if i do the settings for iriver and gs lav, and set volume at 40, how far should i put it from the minister/priests mouth, what i mean is, at what part of his shirt should i put the lav? thanks
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Old September 11th, 2005, 05:55 AM   #19
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Originally Posted by J. Mahoney
Isn't this primer actually a word-for-word copy of another member's response to a much earlier "Iriver for Dummies" post with a few minor additions? The original poster (John McManimie) said he had personally written these dummies instructions for himself.

The original post from August 6th is here: http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/showthrea...light=dummies).

Mr. Foley did not repost this until Aug. 28th.

I think that it is wrong to repost without giving credit to the original poster. This is plagarism and should not be tolerated on a board of this caliber.
My bad for not giving John the credit for the original material.... My intentions was never intended for plagarism...rather for information...as you can see, I have added/updated the information. Sorry....

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Old September 11th, 2005, 06:16 PM   #20
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Hello, anyone have tried synchronising iriver with premiere? just got one question, if i do the settings for iriver and gs lav, and set volume at 40, how far should i put it from the minister/priests mouth, what i mean is, at what part of his shirt should i put the lav? thanks
Hi leonardo-
Just did a wedding and used an iriver with a gs lav for the first time. I tested on myself as to what setting and where to position the lav. Basically, recorded myself and listened to it. The recorded voice is amazing. Fast forward to the actual wedding.......I was running late due to bride. So when I arrived at the church (I had to set-up my cams) I was already late as is and just turned on the Iriver and placed it on the minister. Ended up with a too loud recording of the minister plus a lot of movement noise. But overall, Iriver is great.
I guess my advice from a newbie to a newbie is test it out yourself and take note of what you think is best. You should measure from the person's lips down. I hope this helps....
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