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Old 09-07-18, 08:18 PM   #1
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Old 10-07-18, 08:49 AM   #2
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Thanks for posting.
Was going to come over but family matters took over. Maybe next time.
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Thanks for posting the video, but I did struggle to watch it as the frame rate appeared to be "stopping" the flywheels and peoples movements where very jerky. I thought it might be my end so checked a couple of your other videos, one looked normal (flywheels spinning and peoples movements were fluid) but the other had the same effects as the first, were you using different cameras?.

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Old 10-07-18, 10:21 AM   #4
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Thanks for posting the video, but I did struggle to watch it as the frame rate appeared to be "stopping" the flywheels and peoples movements where very jerky. I thought it might be my end so checked a couple of your other videos, one looked normal (flywheels spinning and peoples movements were fluid) but the other had the same effects as the first, were you using different cameras?.

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MMmmm its the digital camera its ok on fast connections.
Had to go digital as Transferring from tape just takes too long and I don't have the spare time
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MMmmm its the digital camera its ok on fast connections.
Had to go digital as Transferring from tape just takes too long and I don't have the spare time
That must be it then, I've checked a few more of your videos and it looks like you went digital for the 2018 season? , I'll confirm the theory when I get to work as they have a silly fast BB connection.

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Old 10-07-18, 01:06 PM   #6
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It's not the connection - I'm connected to the internet at 84Mbps and Youtube at 46Mbps. The video, however, is only 854 x 480 resolution, at a claimed 30fps - clearly, once it has been uploaded and processed by Youtube, it's nothing like 30fps.
Just in case there's any doubt about connection, I am running diagnostics and so far I have dropped 3 frames out of more than 7000.

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Old 10-07-18, 03:07 PM   #7
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Thanks for posting the video, but I did struggle to watch it as the frame rate appeared to be "stopping" the flywheels and peoples movements where very jerky. I thought it might be my end so checked a couple of your other videos, one looked normal (flywheels spinning and peoples movements were fluid) but the other had the same effects as the first, were you using different cameras?.

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I got to agree, I have been subscribed to you videos for a while now, and have enjoyed them, however the last few have been hard to watch because of the frame rate thing. Now I'm afraid I take a quick look at all your uploads, but if their looking a bit weird, I'm afraid they don't get watched

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So is it a YouTube issue?
I am lost already,
Although I was going to reply earlier but bit my lip.

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So is it a YouTube issue?
I am lost already,
Although I was going to reply earlier but bit my lip.

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The problem is the settings on the video camera, frame rate is too slow, or record quality set low, for smaller files making for ease fast uploads.

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no its hd 30fps
Its the process that You tube run on it.
Slapped wrist.. Must try Harder !!!
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