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Old 28 July 2007, 11:01   #1
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Round Anglesey

We spent this easter weekend cruisng around Anglesey in our little Sibs in sunshine and clear blue skys, launching fromTraeth Bychan and going clockwise we clocked up 123 mile used 65lt fuel had 2 nights under the stars and enjoyed some of the finest coast in britain all for less than the price of a family ticket to see a footy match. Here is a video I made our trip hope you enjoy [YOUTUBE]pWdKmnf4zG4[/YOUTUBE]
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Old 28 July 2007, 11:11   #2
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well that did'nt work how about this then

< Edit: Fixed it! You just need the video code number (in this case pWdKmnf4zG4) inside the youtube tags. JK >
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Old 28 July 2007, 17:08   #3
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Old 28 July 2007, 17:20   #4
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Superb. The big advantage the sibs have over ribs for this kind of trip is that they can be carried up the beach at night. It's a real worry anchoring a rib off on an unfamiliar cove over night. Shifts in tide/wind/weather can be a nightmare.
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Nice one, Zodiacman. Well put together.
How did you do those still, pullback shots?
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Old 29 July 2007, 16:20   #6
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Thanks Brian I put the clips together with a programe called Photodex Proshow Gold its a great little programe for combining still images and small video clips you can also add audio tracks and it is user friendly so even I can use it
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Zodiacman,

Yes, yes, I understand what program you are using but..............

from a still photo
you are zoomed in
and then you zoom back out
how do you do that?
Do you take a film of your still or what??
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No no Brian I do it with the progamme it digitally zooms in or out , you have 2 widows showing the same photo, each window has a zoom and movement control, you just set where you want in one window to start the slide and where to finnish it in the other window then set the time you want the clip to show the computer programe does the rest. Hope this helps you
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You can do it in Adobe Premiere too, using the Effect Controls menu, under Motion, Motion and Scale. Basically put the timeline marker on the first frame, zoom into the area of the image you want to pull back from, then select the last frame and zoom out to where you want to pull back to. Premiere then builds all the frames between.

Nice video by the way, looks like an excellent trip!
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Brilliant!
Thanks Zodiacman and Alexm.
Thats what I was looking for. I guess my Adobe Photoshop doesnt have that feature.
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