Video Of my wood pile

RoosterBoy Posted By RoosterBoy, Oct 11, 2006 at 6:12 PM

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  1. elkimmeg

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    Jason we have to talk your opperation looks simmilar to mine Instead of a wheel barrow I use the backhoe bucket
    My electrict splitter will handle anything in that pile. Again all wood procedded since May is three years forward.
    Time alloting every day I could fill my 3/4 ton PK truck every day But thats the problem time and you are probably
    younger than me. I like the video aand have m man's best friend here thought chocolate collored plus his son. Now if
    I could only get him to stack
     
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    I exported as MPEG4 from Final Cut Pro (it resized automatically, but I could change the settings) - an old copy I had hanging around, but I'm sure iMovie or Quicktime Pro would do that job. If you want to get a bit more technical, and have mac, try:

    http://ffmpegx.com/index.html

    I have not tried it yet, but that might be what I use if I have to convert to flash myself. The 2 minute movie I uploaded was 5 Megs.,
     
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    wow my 1:36sec video was 31 megs im on windows but i love to be able to get that quality with that file size. my small digital 5mp camera recorded the video in .avi format 320x280 but i do have a video camera should i do my video's on that and get a software to convert to mpeg4 or h.264? is there any software for windows that you can think of.

    thanks
    Jason
     
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    I have not been keeping up with video standards, but youtube suggested MPEG4.

    Yes, there should be LOT of windows software which saves to that standard. I would think it would be best to record with your DV camera and then output on your computer to .mp4 or some other suggested youtube format and then upload - if nothing else it will be quicker!

    Quicktime pro for Windows ( http://tinyurl.com/7ug9w ) is about $30. and I think outputs correctly for you, shown as H.264 codec

    I don't think I used that myself, but I will try it in some future videos.

    Here's another windows converter.....

    http://www.alivemedia.net/mp4-converter.htm
     
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