In Media, Videos

August 01, 2008

Video Article

CrossFit's Media Director brings us more useful information on taking good photos and video. In his sixth tip in the series, he talks about various traits of video cameras. The bottom line is that for most CrossFit uses, cheap and convenient is best. You do get what you pay for, so a three-CCD camera is better than one-CCD, and professional optics make a huge difference in quality. But rarely is that a significant factor for the videos that make their way onto affiliate blogs. Ultimately, the best video camera is the one you'll use the most.

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8 Comments on “Media Tips #6: Video Equipment”

1

Walter Holem wrote …

This video is linked to a different article.

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wrote …

Walter is right. Please fix the link.

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wrote …

These are the correct links:


Quicktime Video:
http://library.crossfit.com/premium/video/CrossFitJournal_Media-Tips6.mov


Windows Media:
http://library.crossfit.com/premium/video/CrossFitJournal_Media-Tips6.wmv


Both videos just needs to be moved to the free directory so the videos are free and so the links work.

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Cody Limbaugh wrote …

Ironic that a 'video media tips' video doesn't work.. hmmmm....
:)

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wrote …

Cody, I just tested both and they work for me. Do they still not work for you?
Tony

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Tony
When I watch the Windows version it cuts off somewhere in the 3-5 minute range and goes black. If I try to FFW or skip it I just get an error msg.
BTW- didn't meen to come accross as rude.

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wrote …

Cody,
You're right. The file was corrupted. A new version is uploading now, and should be live later tonight.

Thanks!

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Cody Limbaugh wrote …

Thanks Tony- you rock.
I busted my old 8mm so this is good info for me right now.
Hope you have a great new year!

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