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Romer
05-31-2008, 09:51 AM
I combined pictures and video and made a DVD when we went to Flat Nasty a few years ago. I am planning on taking my video camera and doing something similar. I would be happy to take pictures and video from anyone who wants and make a club DVD of our trip.

We could then have a pre-view party and I can make any last edits before making a bunch of copies.

Would just need to borrow the memory card, tape or camera for a few hours to dump it onto my home computer.

Uncle Ben
05-31-2008, 11:10 AM
Great idea Romer! Put me down for one of the first copies!

nakman
05-31-2008, 04:33 PM
I will also be taking at least one camera and one video camera, and should have lots of available camera guys. Plan on using all my footage, looking forward to it. :beer:

60wag
05-31-2008, 06:02 PM
Since I'm not bringing a truck, I likely have lots of opportunites to to video and photograph the trail action, (and carnage.) We should end up with a good deal of footage that can be edited down into a great video.

corsair23
06-02-2008, 12:43 AM
Hey...This was my "secret" plan :hill:

I figured since I was riding I'd be able to capture video and pictures of everyone on the obstacles. I was hoping to put together edited videos for everyone that goes on the trip :)

I like your idea though Ken of having everyone give you their footage and editing it :D

Romer
06-02-2008, 07:18 AM
You can do it if you want. I have a lot of Video editing SW. I have been taking family movies and editing into a family history so I got sw with the bells and whistles.

corsair23
06-02-2008, 03:30 PM
You can do it if you want. I have a lot of Video editing SW. I have been taking family movies and editing into a family history so I got sw with the bells and whistles.


I could help but all I have is Adobe Premier Elements 3.0 or somesuch...And, I'm no editing pro by any means (if you've seen my CM07 vids you know of what I speak :hill:)

I just thought it would be cool to make this up for those that go as I know more often than not the drivers miss out on a lot of the other action :thumb: