Today while watching Much Music (yeah it’s been awhile since I’ve last tuned in), I ran into the new song by Coldplay – Every Teardrop is a Waterfall. I’m not a huge fan of the group, but this song caught my attention and the visuals of the video made me enjoy it more.
I have to admit the guys seem to be having a great time in the video and the wonderful colours, followed by the great harmony and infectious beat make this a must have for my collection.
After testing out some photo options the other day and some today, I thought I’d try out the video functionality of the Canon Rebel T1i. As it shoots in true high definition (1080i), I think the results speak from themselves below. Granted these are uploaded to Flickr and some quality is lost (alas Viddler wouldn’t upload the video in HD, nor do I think there are any true HD hosting sites out there).
Have you ever wanted to create your own 3D movie? Do you want to create your own video you can use to share some ideas or concepts?
If the answer is yes, you might want to check out Xtra Normal. Xtra Normal allows you to create you own 3D movie using pre-set characters, allows you to choose a specific voice, and allows you to type in your own script and actions.
I’ve tried one out below as a test and will probably play with it more.
So I’ve been playing with video lately and what perfect subject to video than our past Las Vegas trip.
These videos were taken with Russ’ new Lumix Digital Camera. There was no editing and you will notice one of the videos is on a 90 degree angle. I haven’t figured out yet how to rotate this, but hopefully I will soon.
Be warned the video below will take sometime to load, but it was from the Fremont Street Experience.