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Re: Re: Re: CHP w/ New Video Clip


Posted by: Shawn (mariner0324@yahoo.com) on Wed Feb 21 16:40:01 2007


> Jack,
> >
> > I'm not talking about the hand path going linear, I'm talking about the bat moving through a linear phase while rotating. As the bat turns through the first 90 degrees the hands begin to travel forward. It is the combination of the hands moving forward and the bat entering into the lag position that create a linear phase. There is energy direction down the length of the bat along with rotation.
> >
> > This is better seen at 60 fps and at a higher shutter speed. A low shutter speed might do as you say and give the affect that the bat is in constant motion. Although with a high shutter speed we know exactly where the bat is in the arc.
> >
> > I used another codec, see if you can review this clip.
> >
> > http://home.comcast.net/~bellshw/pujolsslomo.mp4
>
> Shawn, we are both using two fairly new windows XP computers. I know Jack does not have a program installed to play mp4 files. Would you be able to convert it to wmv or mpeg, or direct us to a site where we can download the software.
>
> Thanks.

Brian,

It should play in the Quicktime player. THe first one I posted should have played in the Quicktime player, but I have seen people have problems before. The Quicktime plugin should play the mp4 clip. If it doesn't play either of the files you might try downloading the latest version.

http://www.apple.com/quicktime/player/win.html

I'm not sure if I have anything that converts wmv. Never really used that codec. How do you even get something that converts video into the Windows Media Player? I've never used it much because the playback and frame by frame is somewhat poor.

Shawn


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