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Old 16 February 2012, 10:53   #171
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All this new camera stuff I hope when you lot do get sorted we get to see some decent videos and not 10 mins of just your bow going throw the water like some.
Let's have some good action ones like Chris and matt h used to post on here
. There will be a few shots of a flying Air craft over Anglesey this weekend
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Well gents. I plan to capture some close up waterskiing and the wife plans to capture some horse riding.

Now if i was to capture the horse waterskiing would that be enough "action" ??????.

Of course I'd have to throw in a bit of the bow.....

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Well gents. I plan to capture some close up waterskiing and the wife plans to capture some horse riding.

Now if i was to capture the horse waterskiing would that be enough "action" ??????.

Of course I'd have to throw in a bit of the bow.....

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The proof will be in the pudding now if you was on the horse waterskiing
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Trust someone to find a water skiing fookin horse : nonono:
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Attention Gopro users

I've uploaded a handy chart of the go pro settings/menu options (clicky below)

I've printed one off at around 1/2 A4 size and laminated it to keep in my go pro kit bag for quick reference, it's just about the right size.

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Has anybody else found their software, GoPro Cineform Studio, dificult to use?
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Has anybody else found their software, GoPro Cineform Studio, dificult to use?
Ummm I found it ok, got in a bit of a muddle but then again the only thing I have used it for was to slow a clip down as messing about i filmed an orange being dropped into a bowl of water

Having said that when I edited the Poole cruise video I just slowed it down in imovie, not perfect but job done..
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