Just make a short vid of my air !!

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  1. iKIKO, Mar 1, 2012
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    hi guys, I'm so excited with my air and TBD that I'm starting to shoot some videos and trying to edit them.

    this is my first video, i edited it with iMovie on the same mac air, and recorded it with an iPhone 4S :D

    be gentle guys is my first time using iMovie and my first video...hope you like it, its really short.
     
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  6. iKIKO, Mar 1, 2012
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    thanks guys, now i know i need to get me a good videocamera :D

    i love the MBA - TBD combo. deff gives the air a new feel, and woth every penny.

    i just ordered a book arc for the air to complete the set up :D
     
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    i'm glad to hear. i'm still deciding between a TBD or iMac myself. i was a bit worried about the fan or if the MBA can drive the TBD properly. it sounds like everything there is good to go.
     
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    That's pretty good considering you were walking around...The definition isn't bad either.
     
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    Nice video, sir!

    I've got the exact same setup and I love it. The 11" air and 27" TBD is the best of both worlds. I will say as a minor disclaimer to those interested in this setup, the one issue I've ran into is running -some- flash videos on the TBD. It will occasionally choke and lag a little bit. Netflix full screen is problematic.

    It's certainly manageable and it is a seriously handsome setup otherwise.

    Looking forward to seeing more of your videos.
     
  10. iKIKO, Mar 2, 2012
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    thanks guys for the good comments, that definitely helps to improve and make new ones :D

    if somebody has an air and is hesitating on getting a TBD, let me tell you that if you do you won't regret.

    i add a few scenes and made some adjustments yesterday night !!

    let me know what you think !!!


     
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    Nice ;)
     
  12. polee, Mar 2, 2012
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    wow how did you do all that?
     
  13. iKIKO, Mar 2, 2012
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    just with an iPhone 4s and iMovie :p
     
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    Thats amazing and very well done!
     
  15. iKIKO thread starter macrumors regular

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    thanks mate, i did another one check it out :D
     
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    Well done.

    I always find it immensely difficult to shoot scenes using my 4S because I can never have smooth panning. My hands aren't steady enough.
     
  19. kolax macrumors G3

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    Looks good - try using stabilisation if you haven't already in iMovie so your pan shots are smooth.
     

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