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2007 November 12th, 03:08
Here is some video that I made this summer. Hope you enjoy it and please give me some feedback


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2007 November 12th, 10:16
Video looks nice for what it is about but I just want to give a tip about the music...

When recording in environments with music like that, be sure to get a separate recording that you can use in editing to have a nice even-flowing music. That means, just put down a sound-recorder, either the cam or a separate recorder, to record at least a full song that you can use. It's so annoying to listen to the soundtrack when it jumps around in the music...

Now, when it comes to the legality and such when doing sound recordings of live-bands I have no idea... ;)

2007 November 12th, 13:27
Thanks for the tip. Yes in some cases a separate sound recorder would work.

However in this case I don't see how that could work. As it is the sound track contains both music and car sounds. Obviously if I want the car sound I need to take the musicc as well. I can not just put another music track on top of it, I would lose the sync with the car sounds :hv20-smilie51: