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Old Mar 25, 2009, 4:11 PM   #11
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ok but hd1000 is really big, and the panasonic and canon that you are talking about are compacts, their first feature isnt video shoting, i saw some samples, big files, not great quality as xacti, but maybe there is one good, if so please tell me. and for cmos i thing the solution is deshaker its really great plugin.
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Old Mar 26, 2009, 7:01 AM   #12
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CMOS wobble isn't only picture shaking, it is also picture skewing, depending how bad it is it could be pretty hard or impossible to fix afterwards.
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ok thanks, hope i will not have alzeimer soon, lol , tell me what software do you use with your xacti? i mean a all in one software like adobe premiere or else, wich is best for such mp4 files?
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Old Mar 26, 2009, 2:43 PM   #14
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ok thanks, hope i will not have alzeimer soon, lol , tell me what software do you use with your xacti? i mean a all in one software like adobe premiere or else, wich is best for such mp4 files?
As general information... an All-in-One software for anything is usually a bad idea.

That being said, I recommend Avidemux
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