Re: Which cheapo Mini HD Camcorder would you buy today?
- LOL. Bill - you know that's exactly what I've been tossing and turning about! I know I need/want the 30fps mobile video of the iPhone 3GS but I love the idea of HD from watching all that pretty footage on Vimeo. I'd like to do both but the misses would have my head! :-)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Julian Seery Gude" <julian@...> wrote:
> I'd love your take on the best cheap Mini HD camcorder.
> Here are the contenders as far as I can tell (please add on your fave if you prefer it over these)
> - Flip Ultra HD
> - Flip Mino HD
> - Sanyo Xacti VPC-CG10
> - Kodak Zi6
> I admit I like the pistol grip form factor of the Xacti and prefer both the Kodak/Xacti because you can use your own memory card. BUT, I've watched videos' on Vimeo where the Flips having better video quality and low light performance. What about sound quality? The Flip's seem to do poorly in this area?
- It's because I laid hands on my Mac first and then did a rain dance :-)
That's pretty freaky that 75% of your class could, but 25% couldn't!
One more thought on the differences between our two Macs - I don't have
iMovie 06 on mine ... I wonder if that makes some crazy difference?
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On Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 8:21 AM, ryanne hodson <ryanne.hodson@...>wrote:
> meant to update y'all the other day
> yeah i tried file > import movies (i swear this did not work 2 months ago)
> and it worked
> didn't bring the files in straight like from iphoto (which is what it
> should f@#$% do)
> it converts the file to Apple Intermediate Codec and puts a copy in
> the project folder
> which is fine if that's what it needs to do
> i just wish it was smarter
> like if i dragged it into the program (ala imovie06) it would just
> convert and be ready to edit
> or it saw it in photo like David Lee King can.
> PLUS we taught a workshop with a bunch of college students who used the
> and 75% of the mac users could bring the clips in fine (other 25% had
> to use MPEG Streamclip)
> 99% of the PC users could bring the clips into Movie Maker fine (which
> also was not the case when i tested this 2 months ago)
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> On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 3:21 PM, Markus Sandy<markus.sandy@...> wrote:
> > On Jul 2, 2009, at 11:57 AM, ryanne hodson wrote:
> >> i really don't know what the deal is
> >> i can't get any flip clips to be recognized my imovie 09 v.0.8.3
> >> they're in my iphoto
> >> and imovie refuses to see them.
> >> it brings Xacti Mp4s in fine.
> >> i even tried one of David Lee King's clips.
> > interesting
> > usually, i use import in imovie and it works fine with flip hd .MP4's
> > so I just tried importing to iphoto. it imported to iphoto ok, but I
> > don't see the video in imovie under photos last import!
> > have you tried file | import | movies in imovie?
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