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Editorial and Video Footage

Celiaak
As I live near Nazaré, I intend to make video capturing surfers around the world riding the huge waves.
News here: Surfers ride 'biggest ever' waves at Nazare during St Jude's Day storm
Can I upload the video as editorial?
I intend also to capture the waves alone, but this time of year is hard, due to the amount of surfers riding waves there :)
Nikon D3100, Inkscape, Imagination, Hands
Posted: 10/30/2013, 04:50:55 AM
Nikitu
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Yes, you can upload videos as editorial as well.
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Posted: 10/30/2013, 04:55:01 AM
Celiaak
Great! Lets see if I can capture a new world record.
Thank you.
Nikon D3100, Inkscape, Imagination, Hands
Posted: 10/30/2013, 05:02:10 AM
Razvanjp

Originally posted by Nikitu:
Quoted Message: Yes, you can upload videos as editorial as well.


This is fantastic !!!
March 2009) Canon EOS Kiss Digital X(400D) Nikon Coo...
Posted: 10/30/2013, 13:14:07 PM
Alvera
What gear you will use my dear Celiaak? Your Nikon? Thanks.
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Posted: 10/30/2013, 14:35:57 PM
Celiaak
Yes, I will use Nikon D3100, lets hope it meets all requirements.
Nikon D3100, Inkscape, Imagination, Hands
Posted: 10/31/2013, 13:16:34 PM
Lenutaidi

Originally posted by Nikitu:
Quoted Message: Yes, you can upload videos as editorial as well.

Cool! I like this!
Posted: 10/31/2013, 13:24:14 PM
Alvera

Originally posted by Celiaak:
Quoted Message: Yes, I will use Nikon D3100, lets hope it meets all requirements.

Yes, it meets. Can't wait to see how we deal with 'moving pictures' :-)
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Posted: 10/31/2013, 21:24:53 PM
Fotograf77
Video is not pictured) And if it will sound and artifacts in areas where the shadow that this will need to handle the processing of tinkering) I would buy an inexpensive camera that will not make a noise in the shadows of such Canon EOS 70 D
Well, if you have the money to buy a camera that will shoot video 4 K, many drains are already selling this video
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Edited: 11/03/2013, 21:30:39 PM
Fengshang520
Yes ah! I also like the video, is to understand the DT so on to send the video.
Posted: 11/04/2013, 01:55:06 AM
Celiaak

Originally posted by Fotograf77:
Quoted Message: Video is not pictured) And if it will sound and artifacts in areas where the shadow that this will need to handle the processing of tinkering) I would buy an inexpensive camera that will not make a noise in the shadows of such Canon EOS 70 DWell, if you have the money to buy a camera that will shoot video 4 K, many drains are already selling this video


I do not undertind quite well what you meant, but as for sound on Nikon D3100 I've heard it does not match image quality, that can be quite good.
So, I intend to make soundless videos for a start.
Unfortunately money is a problem for most of us I guess.
Nikon D3100, Inkscape, Imagination, Hands
Posted: 11/04/2013, 05:37:18 AM
Fotograf77
Это точно )
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Posted: 11/04/2013, 06:41:37 AM
Pulsar124
A good solution for audio is to buy an external recorder (Zoom H1 is decent and costs 100$), which you can attach to your camera with a shock mount (~10$ from DSLR noob):

http://www.dslrfilmnoob.com/tag/zoom-h1-shock-mount/

Or you can use separately. There is software out there which can perfectly sync any external audio recording to your internal one. Also get ~4$ wind shields from ebay for the mikes.

(You can also buy an external gun mike.)

My camera (Canon 50D) doesn't even have audio, so I ended up buying the above setup for RAW video recording (yes, thanks to Magic Lantern 50D can do full RAW HD 24p - 14 bits per pixel! Meaning I can do to my video the same PP as I do for my RAW photos; no artifacts of compression and limited depth of the standard DSLR video).
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Posted: 11/04/2013, 07:36:44 AM
Shootalot
I just started uploading videos and find I need image stabilization software to correct shake. Anyone know where I can get this? I checked my Quicktime program and MPEG Streamclip but don't seem to find and shake removal options. Any experts out there who can point me in the right direction-thanks?
lenses....
Posted: 11/04/2013, 14:25:05 PM
Pulsar124
Years ago I successfully deshaked ~2 hours of SD video using Windows program Virtualdub + a deshaking filter. Unfortunately, I don't remember the name of the filter (I tried a few, and one of them did a much better job than the rest). Virtualdub only works with AVI containers, but there are some mods which work with other containers (like Virtualdubmod).

If I'm not mistaken, this is the filter I used:

http://www.guthspot.se/video/deshaker.htm

You have to be aware that you loose a lot of resolution when you deshake a video - because after deshaking the video has to be cropped and then upscaled.
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Edited: 11/04/2013, 16:00:08 PM
Shootalot
Thanks Pulsar. I looked at a deshaking program Muvee which I can download as a trial for macintosh. It is $20 to buy it. Dreamstime wants all videos to be reasonably steady in order to be accepted.
lenses....
Posted: 11/04/2013, 16:23:50 PM
Alvera

Originally posted by Shootalot:
Quoted Message: I just started uploading videos and find I need image stabilization software to correct shake. Anyone know where I can get this? I checked my Quicktime program and MPEG Streamclip but don`t seem to find and shake removal options. Any experts out there who can point me in the right direction-thanks?


No freeware editing software to do stabilization... :( Try to do while shooting. I shoot my last movie footage on a tripod, old fashion way...
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Posted: 11/04/2013, 17:21:09 PM
Alvera

Originally posted by Pulsar124:
Quoted Message: can do full RAW HD 24p - 14 bits per pixel! Meaning I can do to my video the same PP as I do for my RAW photos; no artifacts of compression and limited depth of the standard DSLR video).


You must buy also some 2-3 TB HDDs to keep your RAW files in case someone will want additional format :))
Just joking. Fine info about sound, thanks. But many buyers have the possibility to put their own sound/music on our video so I will let them with no audio. Of course, a good sound can make the video more appealing, so go for it!
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Edited: 11/04/2013, 17:27:24 PM
Shootalot
This is the correct link for stabilization software for mac-it costs $36.00. Demo is available but your video will be watermarked. I bought it and it works reasonably well though it does not completely remove jittery motion just smooths it down.

Smoovee software for Macintosh
lenses....
Posted: 11/04/2013, 20:20:24 PM