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rtofvnt
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Hi guys – just being playing bit with my camera and some external timer controller thing and I’ve got this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wm7WbXiDVaw

I’m still learning, so don’t be to harsh :-)

Cheers

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KajinDetier
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This was nice to watch. :)

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Synchrotron
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Nice. Actually a good way to promote the music. Making a proper video. The time lapse clips works well with the music. A little shaky in the car scenes, I guess you were close to the traffic? Or is it because of wind perhaps? A sturdier stand for the camera would probably help.

Altogether, good job!

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ShadyMapleMusic
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Looks great! Much nicer than still images. Great way to promote your track!

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rtofvnt
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Thanks everyone for good words. Synchrotron – you completely right – I’ve got very light stand. The idea for nest time is to attach 5L water container. It may help.

Cheers

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MrWestern
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Nice footage, a little shaky but nice. :) Music is great for it. I tried something similar using a GoPro, after using it in CineForm Studio and smoothing it out, it looked fantastic, also you can remove any unwanted frames e.g. a bump.

Well done!

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AndrVlad
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Good results as a start. Develop your skills and welcome to join Videohive. :-)

P.S. 5L water container to the light tripod is not always helpfull. I did it in the past. Wind will move water container since it has big size and tripod will still be moving. In the past solution for me was to modify tripod to add metal pipes over light tripod legs. Something like +10kg helped. :-)

Best Regards, Abdrey

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