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Old Nov 3, 2010, 9:17 AM   #1
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Default APPLE iMovie 11 Feature "Rolling Shutter" Fix

APPLE's new iMovie 11 features a new fix for "rolling shutter."

http://ninofilm.net/blog/2010/10/28/...g_shutter_fix/
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Old Nov 3, 2010, 9:22 AM   #2
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I have the new iMovie 11 from APPLE on my Mac "mini" -- which now costs $699:

http://store.apple.com/us/browse/hom...-MACMINI-INDEX

Mine was worth every cent. Very happy with it.

The price includes the new iLife 11 software suite!

http://www.apple.com/ilife/

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Old Nov 3, 2010, 11:22 AM   #3
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As this is a offtopic, and have not a issue with this for hybrid cams, plaease correct the main topic. I seen members post a simular post and adminstrator will ban due to advertisements.

Please correct with more than a general detail.

I am interested in this and will look into detail with my macs.

will be a better topic in the editors , etc section
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Here's a direct link to the YouTube video that shows the result of the Apple iMovie "rolling shutter" correction feature:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mV3Uj45ANQY

Here's the direct link to the VIMEO video example:

http://vimeo.com/16368388

As the notorious rolling shutter artifact is a well-known problem with CMOS sensor hybrids, I am at a loss to understand what might be deemed "off topic" about this subject.

I believe forum owners have every right to censor, but if they choose to do so, I won't be returning.

I personally can't tolerate censorship on forums that are supposed to be about sharing information. A primary example of a forum that has been utterly ruined is... __________. (It begins with the letters "DV")

Another forum ruined by censorship was the ________.

The result of the censorship is that nobody learns anything except what the little dictators running the forums allow them to read/see/hear. Hopefully this one won't degenerate into that.
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A nice feature. I'm surprised this took so long to be added. It's almost as if they waited until the latest iPod Touch was released to incorporate this. After all the iPhone and other CMOS camcorders have been around for a while now.
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This feature tells me that if Apple can do it, then other software companies can also do it.
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I see no TOS violation here, and the software looks interesting.

This software does seem to increase the motion blur in the YouTube example - I assume that is deliberate to help hide artifacts in whatever the 'fixing' it is doing.
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I see no TOS violation here, and the software looks interesting.

This software does seem to increase the motion blur in the YouTube example - I assume that is deliberate to help hide artifacts in whatever the 'fixing' it is doing.
quite alright. something that may be mistaken for spam, and minimal info placed in may be overlooked by others.
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I personally can't tolerate censorship on forums that are supposed to be about sharing information. A primary example of a forum that has been utterly ruined is... __________. (It begins with the letters "DV")

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haha couldn't even see what forums Private Idaho was referring to. Censorship in this forum is indeed harsh. This is one of the main reasons that I take what I know, and help people in other forums, where I can freely share knowledge.

But hey, for the real forum owners it's about cashing on people's contributions, so it can't be helped.
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