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Date: September 12, 2013 03:18PM


BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: September 13, 2013 02:28PM

Pretty good. I like the 1st video you did best so far but they are all really nice. I realize your cam is limited in capabilities but if you could come up with a way to enhance the audio that would be cool.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: September 13, 2013 08:09PM

Not much I can do with the audio, and damn the thing makes a lot of noise, like a digital version of tape hiss.

Re: Prairie Creek, the longer video I posted last week. We're in rainy season and all the creeks are high and dangerous so I stay off them 'til the rains end in another month or so. I found out today that last week a couple went kayaking there and the woman got dumped. She had to cling to a tree for five hours before rescuers could get to her. I paddled that creek in my canoe once in high water over 25 years ago and once was enough for me; that shit was scary.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: September 14, 2013 01:12AM

I didn't notice hiss but the volume is real low. Boosting it, adding a bit of compression and filtering out some of the hiss can be done with software but it would be some work. None of the free or trial video editors I've looked at have the capability of processing the audio track that much and probably would have to rip the audio track from the video and use an audio editor to process it, then get it back into the video file (replacing the original audio track of course). All of that is possible but like I said, it would be some work.

I certainly would not want to be stranded in that place by high water (or anything else) and most certainly not for hours. I think I've had more than my share of scary-ass experiences already. I lay low these days smiling