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cincity
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I created a small product review clip with Cinelerra GG.

Everything very simple for this clip. Just DNxHD for proper scrolling during edit, I only used simple cuts, some inserted images for text and logo, one audio track only and just the histogramm filter. The histogram does such a fantastic job already set to "Auto".

-> https://radszene.de/equipment/flaschenhalter-und-trinkflaschen/bottle-28/

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phylsmith2004
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Cool video and I really liked the accompanying music.  This is an interesting new approach to getting the water bottle back into the holder -- I would not have thought of that, but I have not kept up on bicycle water bottle changes over the years.


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cincity
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It is the first time I used up to 480 FPS in production.

Above 120 FPS the camera isn't to able to record with real FHD anymore and is upscaling internally and giving output in FHD. So easy to use but there are artefacts (see e.g. the rims). You can see the quality difference in resolution between the 240 FPS and the 480 FPS scenes. 240 FPS is optical recorded at 1824x1026 while 480 FPS are recorded at 1824x616

Nevertheless I am happy with the result. The colors are great, the dolly car moved smooth and well (I used a wooden board to have a flat surface) and one difficult aspect - the manual focus is nearly as good as possible (F2.8 set with Zebra).

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Oh, no! now I have to go back and look for the artifacts.  I was just focused on how much vibrancy and quality in the colors - especially the red.


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