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Cwm Carn mix
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Vimeo Mix

[media width=600]http://vimeo.com/10149025[/media]

up loaded a lower quality one to you tube.

came out good seeing as it took about 30 mins to make.
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#2
Nice one mate thats really good, sorry for messing up the run lol
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#3
"Buzz" Wrote:Nice one mate thats really good, sorry for messing up the run lol

Cheers mate. Just glad you didnt hurt yourself.
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#4
Nice one Mark Smile
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#5
Ah man watching it again makes me want to go now, just for one run before it gets dark!!
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#6
looks good guys, next time...
Keep it foolish...
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#7
heres the you tube version.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKaHkvEBmFE lower quality
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#8
Can I ask what format do you use to upload to Vimeo? I tried an old video (reverse shot on helmet cam on rider behind as raining when I took it)

3 mins of edited of Contour in SD format (produced in the H.264 format)  & Vimeo seemed to want to take 1 hour plus to upload it - was about 330MB (audio track not included)

what upload times for your Cwm Carn vids were there as mostly 3-4 mins long?
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#9
H.264 is mpeg4 and looking at the specs Marks is exactly the same.
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#10
mine took ages to upload as well. just start it and come back later.
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