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Old 12-27-08, 08:20 PM   #1
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My first Mt biking video

I got a helmet cam for Christmas and created my first video using iMovie. Youtube compressed it a bit so it's not as good as the original.(I know - I shouldn't quit my day job!).
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What cam?
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Looks good (when you factor in that youtube F's up everything). You might want to tighten everything down. Looks a bit shaky.
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Nice job
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Good first. Nice mix. Looks like a good ride too.
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Not the most exciting ride around here, but the hilly stuff is also rocky, and that was not an option with the snow.

I have the cam clamped down pretty tight, maybe the helmet is a bit loose (or my head).
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you should try clamping to toher parts of the bike
i really lke when they have it focus on the fork or rear suspension and u can really see the travel
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