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Old 05-15-2005, 05:23 AM   #21
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here is our little play land we crawl in (remember, this is michigan, not colorado):









thats all the pics I have for now.

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Old 05-15-2005, 05:18 PM   #22
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how did all that get there
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Old 05-16-2005, 05:31 AM   #23
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buster had it hauled in. the rocks buster hauled in from other parts of his property. its pretty fun to play on.

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Old 05-17-2005, 02:18 PM   #24
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I had it hauled in so I could watch people break their junk on it.
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Old 05-29-2005, 03:23 PM   #25
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Chris, if no 1:1's go through there anymore I would start rearranging the place. Keep the stairs, but I say throw some rocks on it. Put rocks leading up to it. Make a killer course, maybe even set up some gates (just get those wire marking flags from home depot).

Also, from a filming standpoint, get closer to the truck, you get a better view of the action. Maybe no stairs in the next one

I don't get a whole lot of comments on my videos either, even with the time I put into editing them... who knows? Sorry to hear about the chassis, hopefully its not tweaked too bad? I think if I make anymore, I'll make them thicker, or choose a different metal place, since the 6061 does seem more flexy than other 6061 I've used.
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Old 05-29-2005, 09:47 PM   #26
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1:1 played on it some last weekend. I would have to talk it over with buster on what happenes to the place.

No worries about the chassis. It is still fully functional and I am re learning how to drive it with the new WB (which I dont think I like at all, its a bitch to drive now). I moved my shocks and the articulation went up and I love the new found flex, but it has caused a new problem, massvie chassis lean under forward motion.

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Old 06-01-2005, 04:46 AM   #27
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Only complaint is how are you getting that fugly divx logo?? Are you somehow screen capping off the stream of a player?? or is this popping up in the editor?? Either way go in the divx config and turn the stupid logo off. And google a codec called huffy Encode with that while your messing around then do your final conversion to the wmvs Youll loose less details and wond have to deal with a codec that installs mallware on your pc, unless you paied the 40$ whatever they want for divx5. Note huffy makes huge files but at the length of these it shouldnt be a issue unles you have a 10gig hdd.
Either way more viddies more entertainment for us stuck in the summer with it pouring outside.
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Old 06-01-2005, 01:33 PM   #28
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poor image quilty is coming from my camera. The card I had to transfer video camera to pc burnt up so I have been using my digital camera to take the videos. Lets just say videos must have been last on the list for this camera. Also, when doing my final WMV, movie maker wants to make it a 640x480, but the video is all 320x240 so I have to keep scaling back the kbps till it comes back to 320x240 and that kills the quality even more.

the divix logos keep popping up because when I download the video from the camera, its completely screwed if I try to use it in movie maker. it dont read the time right and makes a 4 minute video read 23 seconds, then when i try to edit it, it goes goofy. so my work around it to convert the mpg to super large divx then edit the divx files and final comes out as a wmv. so every clip gets a divx logo. I will turn it off next time

and i have the $40 version, but my cost was not $40.

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ps, I dont have any more videos planned for right now. summer is getting busy and crawling time is getting less and less. Im starting to shift into 1:1 motorsports for the summer.
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Old 06-01-2005, 01:49 PM   #29
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should make a video here in mid michigan with us.
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Old 06-02-2005, 06:04 AM   #30
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If I make it down that way I will shoot some videos. It like my side hobby to make r/c videos. i have been doing it since I got my tmaxx. I also do 1:1 videos, but nothing to much since I dont get to take video when Im hauling arse.

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Old 06-05-2005, 02:02 AM   #31
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yeah freebe ver of divx will allow no logo encodes too. Movie maker?? is this a pc or mac?
If its pc look for a app called vdub or vdubmod It will allow you to do the other rez. usualy some codecs force certian aspecs. others are buttheads but often its the client app thats causing issues due to profiles or some other fluff. Give huffy a look its free and lossless. Issue and drawback is filesize. Its much smaller than raw avi but prolly better then divx encoder for transfert or transcode.
www.dvdrhelp.com should point you to where you can DL vdub or vdubmod.
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