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First person drifting

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First person drifting
#1
Ok not the most extravagant of footage but just a mini montage of bits from our local track. The videos will get longer and more detailed hopefully capturing some entertaining bits but for now, hope this is a start. :)

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#2
dope video man, using a gopro?
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#3
(05-07-2013, 04:41 PM)vroomin Wrote:  dope video man, using a gopro?

Thanks. I used the Sony Action Cam. Was a gift from them since they were a valued client. :)

Here is a mockup of how it will be for the next installment
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#4
Idk y but I can't veiw the vid, justnhas a crossed out YouTube sign on it
>SCREW IT, DONT NEED NO FANCY SIG<
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#5
Nice wor, It still works on my end *shrugs*
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#6
Awesome video man! :D
Just wondering, what editing program/software do you use?
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#7
Thanks. Hopefully be taking more gear down for something a little different soon. :)

As for editing, this was done on my phone since I got a little lazy. I found a program called Magisto which uploads some video clips and some software randomly picks scenes based on what there is and mixes it to music. Limited to only a minute or so but usually I run my edits through Sony Vegas.
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(05-08-2013, 04:31 AM)teshi Wrote:  Thanks. Hopefully be taking more gear down for something a little different soon. :)

As for editing, this was done on my phone since I got a little lazy. I found a program called Magisto which uploads some video clips and some software randomly picks scenes based on what there is and mixes it to music. Limited to only a minute or so but usually I run my edits through Sony Vegas.

Thanks for the help man, much appreciated. :)
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