Specialist Technician. PC Gamer. Stargate and Star Wars Fan. Computer Geek. Military Enthusiast. Science Enthusiast (Nut). Mountain Biker. Photographer. Cinematographer. Audiophile. SketchUp Modeller. Video Editor. Audio Editor. (No, my name isn't really Shane M. Schofield...it's an inside joke.)

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Mularac Nov 27 2009 says:

hahaha it's funny seeing people drive the other way round :P

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SCΛRECROW Nov 28 2009 replied:

Yeah, I can imagine. It's like those racing/driving games that were intended for the US, everyone is driving on the "wrong" side of the road.

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Sierra-Leader Nov 28 2009 says:

What do you use to take the picture at 1 fps? Or do you just keep one hand on the camera? ;)

Thanks for sharing!
Check out mine here... They are about 2 years old and I've improved a lot since then. And went through about 5 logo changes ;) The one on my site isn't even the latest one hah!

Anyway please check it out! :D

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SCΛRECROW Nov 28 2009 replied:

Nice...Kelowna, eh? I think they named Jonas's (SG-1) planet after Kelowna.

I used a Canon IXUS 70 (a.k.a. Canon PowerShot SD1000) to film this. It actually has time lapse video as a built-in feature and you can set it to take the video at 1 or 2 fps. I just hit record and let it sit there on the dashboard. What do you use?

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Sierra-Leader Nov 28 2009 replied:

My canon GL2 video camera... I just sped up the footage... I'm just wondering for my DSLR.
Btw yes about the kelowna thing! kinda funny. I'll give you a link to my website when I upload some vids in MUCH higher quality.

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SCΛRECROW Nov 28 2009 replied:

I know that DSLRs have interval shooting, some have it built in, some require an external device. My DSLR can only do interval shooting with an external device or when it's hooked up to a computer.

But I don't know which program to use to collate all of the images into a video...probably some app out there that can do it I'll see if I can use Premiere to do a batch import...

Not sure if the Canon EOS 450D/XSi has interval shooting, but the Nikon D5000 does and it can do stop motion videos too.

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cW#Ravenblood Nov 29 2009 says:

this is awesome!
Afful idea and music :D

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SCΛRECROW Dec 2 2009 replied:

I hope you don't mean "awful"...

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A little video of a drive to Monash University Caulfield Campus when I attended the AtomicMPC Power to the PC tour in October. Video was taken at 1 frame per second on my Point-and-Shoot camera (hence the quality), which was mounted on the dashboard using a blob of Blu-Tack. Playback is at 15 frames per second.

Drive was approximately 40 minutes each way. After the cut you see in the day time, I spent another 20 minutes driving around the University looking for parking. Also note that I am driving at the speed limit...

Music: "Storm" by Vanessa Mae from the album "Storm" (I wanted to use "The Flight of the Bumblebee", but it was too short.).

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