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Old 03-24-2009, 02:20 AM   #21
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do u export straight from your editing software to your final render or do you use super to get it smaller ?

ya now thats where it gets tricky , do i buy a new SD card and test it or use the ones i have now and see if it does it again
I don't have to use Super. I can render in mp4 using CorelVideo Studio X2 pro. The files that come off my video cam are pretty small too. 20 mb per minute, perhaps?
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Old 03-24-2009, 02:27 AM   #22
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More interesting GoPro Info from http://www.dropzone.com/cgi-bin/safe...age.cgi?ID=707

"Technical Characteristics:

The camera has a very small sensor size, I believe it is 256 x 192 with doubling, but I was unable to receive confirmation of this from the relations department at GoPro. The sensor is a CMOS imager, which is somewhat obvious by the lack of dynamic range (see image with large black spot in center of sun).

Sporting an output frame size of 512 x 384, broadcast, output to DVD, or other full-frame display will be difficult to do with any degree of image integrity. For web or fun review on a computer in small viewer, it's perfectly appropriate and will give a lot of enjoyment to the sports enthusiast that isn't chasing professional results.

GoPro encodes to an MJPEG codec in AVI container (will be .mov on Apple) and will require an MJPEG decoder in order to read/edit. Most NLE software includes an MJPEG decoder, and they are available from several providers around the web. The encoder compresses the video data to 4800 Kpbs, which is approximately the same compression ratio found on many hllywood DVDs. However, bear in mind that Hollywood DVDs are framesized at 720 x 480, and are sourced from film or HD cameras. I mention this, as some of the marketing commentary on the GoPro Hero compares technical data with that of a DVD. They’re not remotely the same. Additionally, DVDs are encoded with a PAR (Pixel Aspect Ratio) of .909 or 1.333. This means that pixels are elongated in either a horizontal or vertical configuration. The GoPro records a PAR of 1.0 (this means the pixels are square, and are not stretched, which is a benefit). The display is a Standard Aspect Ratio, otherwise known as 4:3. This is the “old” format of screen display, and is no longer available in television displays. GoPro might consider providing widescreen in an anamorphic format in their next camcorder models, as widescreen displays are now the world standard.
30Fps Progressive frames means the image will be smooth for playback, and clear on computer monitors.
Audio is recorded in Mono @8Khz/64Kbps stream. The audio is useless for anything other than reference. It should be pointed out once more, that this camera is aimed at the sport enthusiast that wants to capture exciting moments for the web, not for broadcast or professional use. "
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Old 03-24-2009, 02:31 AM   #23
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well like the last line says ... im just looking to capture exciting moments .... hey for $150 its hard to complain , but i can see how it would u off when wanting to convert to a bigger medium
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Can you upload one of your gopro files to somewhere on the internet? One that is straight from the camera with track video on it. I'd like to take a look at the file and try a couple of things.
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ok, I'll check it out tomorrow. Time for bed.
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I just edited and uploaded some videos from my GoPro cam.
I have some program called Arcsoft VideoImpression2.
It's nothing fancy but I just edit the starting/stopping point and it lets me save the file in MPEG vs. AVI. The quality was lowered a bit whenever I uploaded it to Vimeo.
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