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 Post subject: Re: 2240 extreme update
PostPosted: Sun Jul 07, 2013 8:14 am 
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The hardest part was downloading your video from photobucket in a form I could play. Then I played it back in slow motion until I found a frame of video that showed your arrow, deleted the rest of the video and captured the single frame and converted it to a still photo, then loaded it into a photo editing program and cropped away the unwanted part of the picture. It would be easier if you could take a video at a higher frame rate say, 120 frames per second instead of the standard 30, then it would be in slow motion when played back at 30 fps. For the purists I know standard TV is 29.something frames per second but everyone calls it 30.
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 Post subject: Re: 2240 extreme update
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The hardest part was downloading your video from photobucket in a form I could play. Then I played it back in slow motion until I found a frame of video that showed your arrow, deleted the rest of the video and captured the single frame and converted it to a still photo, then loaded it into a photo editing program and cropped away the unwanted part of the picture. It would be easier if you could take a video at a higher frame rate say, 120 frames per second instead of the standard 30, then it would be in slow motion when played back at 30 fps. For the purists I know standard TV is 29.something frames per second but everyone calls it 30.
Wayne

Unfortunately I only have a 9 yr old sony digital camera with video set at one speed. Some day when finances permit, I'll be looking at the Casio setup for slo-mo vid,s.

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