Is my vid viewable?

I think I just loaded a short 10 second vid of Ryan Atkins dropping off a high boulder. It’s 3.4 meg.

It’s here:
http://gallery.unicyclist.com/CMW2004videos

Someone that’s not on dial up tell me if you can view it.

If you can view it, you will notice that I took the video with the camara vertical, forgetting that it was a movie. :astonished: I don’t know how to place the video horizontal.

Thanks

Yup, the video works. I made a rotated version and put it in my Temporary Stuff 2 gallery. You can grab it from there and put it in your gallery.

Thanks to the both of you, nice video!

Andrew

Re: Is my vid viewable?

“john_childs” <john_childs@NoEmail.Message.Poster.at.Unicyclist.com> wrote
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> Yup, the video works. I made a rotated version and put it in my
> ‘Temporary Stuff 2 gallery’ (http://gallery.unicyclist.com/tempstuff2).
> You can grab it from there and put it in your gallery.

May I ask how you rotated it please? I have a few videos that I rather
stupidly took sideways on.

Thanks

Naomi

Thanks John for doing that - It is sooo appreciated. :smiley: I have moved it over and it now rests in the gallery.

Andrew, as always, thanks for the positive feedback.

I will “out” out the gallery later, after tweaking it a bit and adding a few things.

Cheers!

Shooting Location …? Lake Tahoe ?

Yeah i saw it

Re: Re: Is my vid viewable?

I used VirtualDub to rotate the video. VirtualDub includes a rotate filter.

I created a RAW (uncmpressed) AVI with VirtualDub and then used TMPGEnc to compress that file to an MPEG-1 video file.

I like the MPEG-1 format better than the AVI format because MPEG doesn’t have the codec problems that you can have with AVI files.

Guides and tutorials for VirtualDub and TMPGEnc
VideoHelp.com
DivX-Digest
AfterDawn
Nicky Guides