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  • Kirk McLoren
    thanks - will have to play with that the microphone is on the back of the viewfinder wind cut lowers microphone gain. I suppose the other solution would be to
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      thanks - will have to play with that
      the microphone is on the back of the viewfinder
      wind cut lowers microphone gain.
      I suppose the other solution would be to eat less beans ;-)

      third video will show you some hardware
      we all need it
       
      all the best
      Kirk


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      From: compumavengal <compumavengal@...>
      To: videoblogging@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Sunday, October 2, 2011 2:04 PM
      Subject: [videoblogging] Re: First Video Up


       
      My goodness JVC didn't make it easy for me to find the official manual. Found it by going around the back door.
      http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/01/34/LYT2115-001B-M.pdf

      Detailed guide:
      http://manual3.jvckenwood.com/c0s3/lyt2116-003en/index.html

      Ok, let's see what we have going on:

      Standard def camcorder - fine for YouTube uploads
      16:9 aspect ratio, yes you can do that to have video appear widescreen
      You do have gain control to boost low light but shooting outside is groovy.

      Wind Cut filter, yes you have one installed on the camcorder

      1. Select Video Mode
      2. Menu
      3. Look for menu item Wind Cut
      4. Select Wind Cut and touch Ok

      Bada bing, you solve the wind cut problem.

      So yes, go forth and make wind cut videos.

      Just one teeny request. For your 11th video could you make one for science challenged people on why a free energy machine is possible?

      Or a demonstration of a working model? Paper prototype?

      What you are talking about is very important. I might not be the target market. But if I am then I am going to need a ramp up on the concepts you are talking about.

      If not, never mind.

      The important thing is to keep making videos

      Gena
      --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Kirk McLoren <kirkmcloren@...> wrote:
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      >  It is a JVC Everio (GZ-MS230AUS) It claims super lolux but picture is grainy under room lighting which is why I set up outdoors.
      > It seems everyone wants the smallest camera but I would be happier with something that gave me access to controls. I would like the
      > ability to do a slow zoom with a lens not by pixelating the center of the CCD. A cable to a notebook so the camera could be on a tripod and the notebook screen could be the viewfinder would be nice. Looks likethis could get expensive as they seem to charge whatever the traffic will bear.
      > I paid $130 for my refurb Everio. The normal price seems inflated to me.
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      > From: compumavengal <compumavengal@...>
      > To: videoblogging@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Sunday, October 2, 2011 9:38 AM
      > Subject: [videoblogging] First Video Up
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      > Hi Kirk. Congratulations on the first video.
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      > I don't know the model of the camcorder that you have but many of them have a menu item about turning on the Wind Screen so that it is engaged during recording.
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      > If you don't have that function check to see if your camcorder has an external mic jack. You can buy an inexpensive lav mic and have it attached to you shirt.
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      > There are free software solutions like using Audacity to pluck out the wind sound but it will be a pain. It is far easier to keep the wind from being recorded.
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      > Gena
      > http://createvideonotebook.blogspot.com
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      > --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Kirk McLoren <kirkmcloren@> wrote:
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      > > got my first video up a few days ago
      > > Learning about wind and microphones
      > >  wish the software was more intuitive
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      > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GA6LG7jtEG4
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