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 Post subject: Bracket finals vid
 Post Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2007 12:38 am 
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Here's some video from this past weekend that the boy took.  He had to show me how to use some of the features in the video editing software that I have.  
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Cool vid Chuck!!!!!!!!!!!! Like the slow motion \:D/  \:D/

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Hey Chuck.  That wasn't bad at all!!  What software did you use?

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Cool vid Chuck


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Ya, that was very cool.  Music gets you in that edgy mood.

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Thanks for the compliments guys.

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Adobe premier elements. it's the older version I think it's 1.1. I have had it for a couple of years but I never really use any of the features. I had to show Greg how to use the basics and he's been using the heck out of it.  Now he's teaching me =;   Here's a link to an infomercial he did for school with a couple of his friends. They got an "A" on it.
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fusea ... ID=9812530

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Margaritaman wrote:
Ya, that was very cool.  Music gets you in that edgy mood.


Yeah, Greg picked the sound track too.

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gearhead1011 wrote:
Thanks for the compliments guys.

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 What software did you use?

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Adobe premier elements. it's the older version I think it's 1.1. I have had it for a couple of years but I never really use any of the features. I had to show Greg how to use the basics and he's been using the heck out of it.  Now he's teaching me =;   Here's a link to an infomercial he did for school with a couple of his friends. They got an "A" on it.
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fusea ... ID=9812530


I'd given him an A+!!  Funny vid. =;  =;

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That was a good laugh!!!   Good Job Greg!!!!!!


Like the NOS poster on the wall \:D/  \:D/  \:D/

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The kid did good. I was waiting for him to come up from the sink with hair on his hand.

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Very cool vids and I'll take two bottles of that hair grower  ;-)

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I don't have a hair problem....It's just turning gray O:)  O:)

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Hey Chuck here is the video of your first run with a small burn out. It was a blast working with ya. Sorry no music just sweet motor music. \:D/

Click here to watch Chuck-first-pass-bracket-finals-2007

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Margaritaman wrote:
Ya, that was very cool.  Music gets you in that edgy mood.


Yeah, Greg picked the sound track too.


Come on Chuck!  You're not the guy driving down the road with the hard rock blasting out the window?

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OK, here's a completely rookie observation:

It looks like it hits those wheelie bars real hard.  And since for every action there's an equal and opposite reaction, those bars seem to be slamming that front down equally as hard.

Wouldn't it be better to set those bars say 2-3" off the ground thereby letting the bars absorb some of that energy storing it for a longer period of time allowing the weight transfer to do its thing and stay at the rear longer?

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