Cool vid!

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  1. 2NAB8R

    2NAB8R Well-Known Member

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    YA SPINNING GEAR YA HAHAHAHA!![​IMG]
     
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    Let's go to Louisiana!!!!![​IMG]
     
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    man that is just simply awsome
     
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    heck yeah! that was a sweet video... very well done:D
     
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    That was awesome!!!
     
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    looks like fun!
     
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    :uhoh:Very nice job, maybe that could be some day....
     
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    NICE! Cant wait to do that!!!
     
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    Cool!


    Thanks for the link.
     
  12. fishinplastic

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    cool is right and on spinning gear!
     
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    WOW. thats amazing!!
     
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    For the longest time I felt more comfortable with spinning gear and did very well with it. I've used spinning tackle on many 1 and 1.5 day boats out of San Diego and never had a problem. As long as you have quality gear and sufficient line capacity it's fine. Just my 2 cents. How's everyone else feel about it?
     
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    I have the same spinning gear here at my house AND I have the BIG BID ASS Tuna Stick Custom Made by Scott of ARC still in California waiting to come out here and get put through its paces - YEP - it's a spinning outfit as well.


    I want to learn how to make videos like that for the computer, well our site. Anyone recommend a program. Needs to load quickly or play while loading like this one did.
     
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    Recently Started Some Video Editing as a winter project, after I Got A 1950’S fishing movie on 16 mm film and converted it to DVD with music.

    The results were O/K but not great and it’s quite frustrating because it is extremely hardware intensive.
    About half way through my laptop gave up and then I specially built a very powerful P/C for it, but eventually it does not move anymore either because of all the graphics that it has to modify, colour corrections, transitions etc. I think it was largely because my source material was bad.

    Started with Windows Movie Maker (free download) but then purchased Pinacle Studio which is more versatile and has a lot more features.

    It is a fun thing to do, but I would suggest you start with the free software to see if you like it and if your equipment can cope.

    I now carry an old camcorder in my fishing bag and plan to shoot clips of Yellowtail after lures to make a new movie one day. Difficult thing fore an angler to do, if Yellowtail are chasing lures, who want so play with a camera?
     
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    I have Pinnacle Studio already. Guess I better figure it out...
     

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