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Benno Reiss-Zimmermann May 30th, 2007 02:48 AM

A1 ramped slowmo clip
 
hey guys, time for my first post:
i've learned a lot from this forum and since i've been looking for slowmotion clips prior to my purchase of the a1, i thought i'd share.
shot in 50i (pal) 1/100s. slowmo using ae & twixtor

click here (5mb)

Mike Gorski May 30th, 2007 09:26 PM

Not bad, the small file really shows the blocking but thats the excessive compression to put it online. Looks smooth.

Oliver Smith June 4th, 2007 06:04 AM

Very nice. How are you finding the A1 shooting BMX vids?
I am about to purchase one with the intention to release an MTB street/dirt/DH film. Looks great from what I can see!

Larry Huntington June 4th, 2007 07:30 PM

Really impressive. Is there a way to achieve the same results with Final Cut?

Noel Evans June 8th, 2007 06:59 AM

Im still waiting for FCS2 in Japan to test if its as good as twixtor. But Twixtor is available for mac.

Benno looks pretty good. No issue in the footage at all.

Larry Huntington June 8th, 2007 12:17 PM

Is twixtor a stand-alone application, or a plug-in for After Effects? Do you have a link to twixtor? It seems to work really well.

Benno Reiss-Zimmermann June 14th, 2007 06:46 AM

twixtor is a plugin. i guess it's available for several platforms. i'm using it with after effects, since that's what my school uses. it works pretty good. render times can be kinda long, but that's no issue for me, since i render overnight or use more than one pc if necessary

Quote:

Originally Posted by Oliver Smith (Post 691492)
Very nice. How are you finding the A1 shooting BMX vids?
I am about to purchase one with the intention to release an MTB street/dirt/DH film. Looks great from what I can see!

i have filmed about 15 hours and so far i'm very statisfied. imo it's a big quality jump from my old vx2000. i'm still filming for a bigger project, but i have 2 small clips online, that might give you a better insight on how it performs in a bike environment ;)
clip1 - qt - 15mb
clip2 - qt480 - 25mb qt720 - 50mb

Oliver Smith June 16th, 2007 07:01 AM

Thanks for that Benno, looks fantastic. I'm definetly convinced now its up to the job. Footage is very stable for handheld, I'm assuming you use a stabiliser?

Either way; Fantastisch, sehr gut gefilmt!:)


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