Here's some rough previews of what sort of vision my phone is producing. The first two are edited short music videos, while the last two are uncut and longer load-ups. I haven't had time to learn the professional technique of presenting videos, so for the moment they come to you from my files.
The first is a short video taken by a passenger, hand held going over The Bridge one evening on sundown. An automatic movie editor, on the phone, was applied with style and music added.
This is also edited. At the Airport we wait for ages in the holding paddock, before finally being given the green light to go to the terminals...this taken with hands free, steady phone/cam. Obviously I need to square up the bracket.
Ultimately I intend making them more personal with interviews and such. By then I'll have the right tools to adapt such vision in order to present decent videos. Plus be able to send them remotely to the blog. Just need the time...
UPDATE : I've decided to pull Phone Videos links as readers are having trouble accessing them. Additionally my PC is threatening to crash. Just thought overnight to put up a couple of rough previews, but obviously I need to work out the correct technique.
No worries, they were no big deal, more an amusement factor. Please bear with me while I sort things out for proper presentation. With this new technology, I find I'm having to learn all this stuff myself as bugger-all development, to help computer novices like me, is available to date. Cheers, Adrian.
UPDATE 2 : Okay, I've arrived home this morning from work and relented to a request to bring back the video links. If I wake up this afternoon and find my computer crashed it's on your head Sandcrab ! Sorry to be so primitive about this folks but you'll need to download Quicktime if you can't view them first up.