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post #1 of 7 Old 06-25-2016, 01:09 PM Thread Starter
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Balaton Tres Amigos

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Last weekend of May I made a trip with two friends to Hungary. We visited the Lake Balaton, which is one of the largest (80 km length) lakes in Europa. As there are no (private) motorboats allowed the lake is a beautyful nature reserve, lots of rare animals like fishes and birds are living there. Here you can find a fantastic flora and fauna without touristic influences.
The last day we spent in Budapest the great capital city of Hungary, the first scene is the famous Chain Bridge.
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what program did you use to get the picture-in-picture?

the video appears to be choppy

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Loved it, clip segments were short, subject matter was engaging, colors were vivid yet sometimes overexposed (either tone down brightness controls or add more contrast). I liked the natural sounds interspersed with good choices of music. Overall, a great edit. I enjoyed. Great job.




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First I would like to thank you for taking your time for watching my vid and your feedback. @Rockdog97
The picture in picture szene I made with Magix Video - collages.
What do you exactly mean with choppy and how can I avoid this?

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Thanx for your precise analysis, this is what I am expecting from the forum - professional feedback!
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First I would like to thank you for taking your time for watching my vid and your feedback. @Rockdog97
The picture in picture szene I made with Magix Video - collages.
What do you exactly mean with choppy and how can I avoid this?

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Thanx for your precise analysis, this is what I am expecting from the forum - professional feedback!
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play the video from your post and around the 0:42 second mark, it just kinda jumps a bit. As well as in other places in the video. Perhaps not "choppy" as I described, but more jumpy.. (as in not smooth).. Maybe it's just me.

Is Magix Video a paid program? Wonder is this pic-in-pic is possible w/ other programs?

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actually found that I can put a pic-in-pic (or video-in-video) using Corel VideoStuido Pro V7.. cool feature.

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Hi Rockdog-got it what you mean. I use a gimbal and what you mean are my steps and moving my hand with the steps. The gimbal gives smooth pics but i must hold my hand on same vertical position, thanx for findig this out.
Magix Video Deluxe start up to 50-60 Euro for basic version, it is powerfull and easy to use.
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