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Old 07-02-08, 10:56 AM   #1
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I have my Tri Video up on Veoh now......and started a Clyde/Athena Group there

I had some issues with copyright, so I had to remix it with some Creative Commons Copyrighted music....it actually improved it.

http://www.veoh.com/videos/v14664175BQ8fNYA8
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I had some issues with copyright, so I had to remix it with some Creative Commons Copyrighted music....it actually improved it.

http://www.veoh.com/videos/v14664175BQ8fNYA8
What happened to Ozzie ?
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Old 07-02-08, 01:00 PM   #3
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Veoh got a complaint from the management about copyright violation, so I couldn't upload the ozzie version.
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Cool video.
I am surprised that with all the police I saw, none of them stopped you. I lost count of the number of stop signs I saw you run!
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They were controlling traffic for the race.
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That's so cool that you were able to record video of the event. Have you figured out a way to attach the cam to your top tube as opposed to your stem/handlebars? I imagine that would eliminate nearly all of the back and forth shake.
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About the ony alternative I have would be to attach to the helmet and that violates USAT rules.....no helmet mods. It's a DQ offense. My top tube is too wide a diameter and the camera would interfere with cable routing. Also, in the handlebar spot it's located, the camera is protected if I happen to crash. The only other location I could put it would be the seatpost, and then all you'd see would be a leg pedaling or a rear view of everyone overtaking me. The camera controls would also be inaccessible.

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I had some issues with copyright, so I had to remix it with some Creative Commons Copyrighted music....it actually improved it.

http://www.veoh.com/videos/v14664175BQ8fNYA8
What is the name of that tune, who is the artist, and where did you find it? Kinda catchy......

I still think you need some kind of gimbal mount for the camera, to slow down the camera movement, a little movement is okay, but folks who have some motion sickness issues, probably shouldn't watch it.
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I think you just invented rave cycling.
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They are in the credits. I can email you the MP3 files if you want....

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What is the name of that tune, who is the artist, and where did you find it? Kinda catchy......

I still think you need some kind of gimbal mount for the camera, to slow down the camera movement, a little movement is okay, but folks who have some motion sickness issues, probably shouldn't watch it.
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