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Old Jul 10, 2008, 12:20 PM   #141
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as the vids are fine a grey day makes all things dull.

rolling shutter moving or not can be good / bad, filming a propeller you'll see it in slow mo, not in its natural state.

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I thought it was ok.. it was very cloudy and it just had started to rain right before my train came.. the rolling shutter as you call it really does not bother me since I don't shoot at those angles when doing film.
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Thanks for the time lapse info, I was thinking there was some neat technique when all u have to do is speed up the playback!

Ive noticed with your 60fps vids from the Aiptek it still doesnt look 'right' , I dont know if this is a digital camera characteristic or just because its a low-end camera.
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I no longer render to Quicktime on most shots for limited 500 mb space will work on one and see if it is worth Quicktime or not
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Another thing is the CODEC on this camera variable? I'ved noticed on playback on the TV when something still and then a large complex object comes into view the view lags for a faction of a second then its fine.

nevertheless I'm happy I can now go on with doing my project.


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Old Jul 10, 2008, 4:19 PM   #145
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that Shot speaks for itself perfection.

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Another thing is the CODEC on this camera variable? I'ved noticed on playback on the TV when something still and then a large complex object comes into view the view lags for a faction of a second then its fine.

nevertheless I'm happy I can now go on with doing my project.

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Another thing is the CODEC on this camera variable? I'ved noticed on playback on the TV when something still and then a large complex object comes into view the view lags for a faction of a second then its fine.

nevertheless I'm happy I can now go on with doing my project.
I have noticed that there is a slight hesitation or jerkiness on panning which matches what you are noticing with a large object. I am thinking that the camera doesn't seem to have quite enough processing to cope with such a large change of information. When panning the whole image changes whereas when kept fixed in one place, only parts of the image change so I now tend to keep the camera in a fixed position when filming a scene. It then seems to be fine for the most part. This camera isn't perfect for sure, but it ain't bad for it's price so I tend to be a bit more forgiving with it :G
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Old Jul 10, 2008, 7:05 PM   #147
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Time lapse ride

http://vimeo.com/1318065

in this video you'll see some bluie the light ischanging and so is the film, while it keeps the color and not greyscale
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Old Jul 12, 2008, 7:53 AM   #148
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Would you say the Aiptek has a higher video bit rate then this Jazz 178?
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Aiptek A-HD+ 60 fps 119 was on sale.

but since the jazzworks fine for most budgets toda. it gets the job done fairly well.

the Bit rate is around 4 plus by Quicktimes play
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Would you say the Aiptek has a higher video bit rate then this Jazz 178?
It's about the same.
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