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    This is my first time shooting with a dslr so my setting might suck. Also, first time using my slider, and first time editing with my new computer, which I love! I've never edited so comfortably in my life, well lets here the critique http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNh8S...epYjLotBqsTyyW (if someone could embed the video, I would be very thankful, i couldnt figure it out)
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    Looked pretty good, a few of the shots the exposure could have been fixed but you'll pick that up after a few times using it. The last two shots were awesome. Slider footage looks good. What did you shoot in/what were your export settings?

    for embedding do [yt] then copy and paste the numbers and letters that are after the v= in the url then do [/y*t] without the *

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    looks pretty good man

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    thanks dude, and I shot in 1280x720 60fps, not too sure about the shutter speed and iso, and I exported in sony vegas 11 with a preset, and direct upload to youtube from sony vegas.

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    If you're just filming stuff like that 30 or 24p will be good. Also when filming skating and stuff a lot of people only film in 60p if they plan on slow mo'ing the clip. A "rule" for shutter speed is twice the frame rate, 60p = 120 shutter 24p = 48 and 30p = 60 and try and keep your iso as close too 100 as you can. Either way it all looked good though!

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    Looks really good my man!

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    Thanks for the feedback, and thanks for the tips Brandon, i'll definately keep this in mind the next timeI shoot

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    nice

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    looks pretty good, you on a slider?

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    agree with needing to sort your exposure, but it takes time to learn. Liked the slider shots Keep at it

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    Just a quick note on embedding, if you go on a youtube video, below the video there's a share button, clikc that, then click embed, and it'll give you some html code, just copy and paste that into your video and it'll be there
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    Thats not how you embed videos on this forum..

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