Another E-P1 experiment

Chow Monkey

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Brian Mosley

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Great stuff - really excellent quality.

Thanks for sharing, can you give us any tips on your processing workflow?

Cheers

Brian
 

Brian Mosley

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Did you do any colour processing on the video?

Also, is the native output you see on your PC smoother than the version as we see it delivered by youtube?

How long have you been using Sony Vegas 9 Pro? is it powerful/easy to use?

Cheers

Brian
 

Chow Monkey

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I applied 60% black and white to the footage.. The output is pretty similar to what Youtube shows. Bit sharper.. I tried several kinds of editing software but Sony Vegas is the most intuitive and the fastest software I could find..

Only thing that bothers me is that I can't find a way to set my shutterspeed while filming. If I would be able to do this fast movement would be more fluent..
 
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