Video Samples

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Video Samples

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Two videos I made using Video Studio X4

[vimeo]http://www.vimeo.com/28748149[/vimeo]

[vimeo]http://www.vimeo.com/29061791[/vimeo]

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Wow.. thanks for sharing... I like the skydive!
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Hmmm... The second one does not show up at this end -- just a big white square where it should be... :?:

But I thought Random Motion was great. Very creative, and the music is fantastic with it!
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Awesome videos Mike!!

So what was wrong with the airplane? Did the engine quit, wings were about to fall off ? Don't understand why people feel the need to jump out of perfectly working airplanes. :lol: :lol:
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Ron P. wrote:Awesome videos Mike!!

So what was wrong with the airplane? Did the engine quit, wings were about to fall off ? Don't understand why people feel the need to jump out of perfectly working airplanes. :lol: :lol:
Thanks Ron, this is something I had been doing with Media Studio Pro (amongst other things) since 1997 and now occasionally with VSP since Corel killed MSP :( :x :evil:

As for the reason why??? Well, there are no such things as Perfectly working airplanes..... because the door was open..... because jumping out with a parachute is safer then landing in the plane.... because it is quite possibly the most fun you could have with your clothes on (and sometimes off :wink:

Our skydiving industry could have gone the MSP route... there was a lot of interest, but when we finally got around to editing non-linear for all our videos (last year) the only program my industry felt confident with was Sony Vegas Pro. I wish VSP was up to the task (people argue render quality/time, automation, and integration with Vegas Pro Production Assistant 2 as key advantages to Sony Vegas Pro) and I truly wish MSP had continued to evolve... I love it soooooo much more then Vegas.
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