Derek Sine - March 17th, 2010
I've posted videos to a number of hosting sites. When I view the videos from ALL the sites, they play perfectly. However, in an informal poll, everyone who attempts to view the videos says that they play poorly in some fashion. Either they stop, go very slowly, play only the audio, etc. Since I cannot duplicate the problem from my location, it's tough to troubleshoot. I'm happy to try different output formats (I'm using PremierePro CS4) but I can't even validate that they work or don't work properly.
Hello, making my world of warcraft movie and quitting the game.
I have recorded many good pvp moments with fraps at 60FPS full size
My screen resolution is 1024x768
I would like to know please what template should i use when creating a
new project with sony vegas ? And what rendering settings should i use
also for it to achieve best quality.
Best blur motion method? etc All help is appreciated and rewarded with
gold from my server Lightbringer - EU since im quitting the game.
Our short film "<span style="font-weight: bold;">Speak of the Devil</span>" about a televangelist who is visited by the Devil.
Looking for feedback. Commenting on YouTube greatly appreciated.
The videos I have uploaded to Youtube recently have all got a long time delay on the sound. When I upload the same videos to Yahoo the sound is as it should be.
I dont think it could be my coding errors because of the Yahoo videos being OK.
Please help me by first watching http://uk.video.yahoo.com/watch/6723523/17481944
At about 1min 04 the shot is from the back of a green car with the plate DIPSY.
You may hear my wife say DIPSY and the my voice saying DIPSY.
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