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#1

kuskus
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From: Sydney
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05 December 2016 10:01 pm

Hey guys this is my first attempt at video editing. haha let us know what you think.

cheers kus

https://youtu.be/M9ox1TkcNCU


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Eldorado
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05 December 2016 10:29 pm

Great video Kuskus,great gold.Looking forward to day 2.Just subscribed as well.

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#3

kuskus
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05 December 2016 11:07 pm

cheers mate, day 2 is in the editing room tomorrow lol


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Heatho
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06 December 2016 08:40 am

Well done Kuskus, some nice bits in the pan, cool vid.


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Bacchus
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06 December 2016 09:51 am

Lovely spot for a camp and pan thanks for sharing smile


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#6

kuskus
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06 December 2016 07:12 pm

its great, gunna be doing a few trips there and theres plenty of creek to pan


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#7

AKA_RedRimmed_Desert
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20 February 2017 11:55 am

I use a Sony Handycam, but the best closeup video settings, were for me attaching the wide angle lens (made for Sony cams) and using portrait mode. Works good on coins or just getting in close to wildflowers. Zoomed out all the way while moving in, touching the zoom slighly, helped in some situations.
Great first video editing mate!

Last edited by AKA_RedRimmed_Desert (20 February 2017 11:57 am)

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cecc
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20 February 2017 12:05 pm

I reckon you did a good job Kus.


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#9

AKA_RedRimmed_Desert
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21 February 2017 12:49 pm

Oh, you can use that 5 gallon bucket, the type which can hold a gold classifier pan on top, turn it upside down as a place to put your cam. I took a plastic bag taped around a one side half of styrofoam packing my DSLR camera came in, fit the video cam perfectly, only used a small hand cloth to pad the bottom. You can level a flat rock on a bank to get yourself panning in a stream.

I used this setup in front exercising, see how close and clear.

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Didn't use the bucket here, only the holder. The wide angle lens is kept on and zoom out all the way with auto mode.

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There is a little slope, put the cam on the septic cover, would be like placing on the stream bank rock.

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Last edited by AKA_RedRimmed_Desert (21 February 2017 12:54 pm)

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AKA_RedRimmed_Desert
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21 February 2017 01:00 pm

Don't worry mate, your first video edit always looks good, because from there moving on to more professional techniques is then possible. Eventionally, adding still images along with video footage, recording speech over clips, slideshows, etc. As the old Chinese proverb goes, "the journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step under your feet".

Last edited by AKA_RedRimmed_Desert (21 February 2017 01:01 pm)

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