Monthly Archive: July 2014

For niche video content producers, Youtube is a dying platform

For niche video content producers, Youtube is a dying platform

Youtube is a dying platform for niche video content producers. Youtube: Video 1 received 196 views in 3 weeks. Flickr: Video 1 received 2,648 views in about 2 weeks. Youtube: Video 2 received 116 views. Flickr: Video 2 received 787 views Youtube: Video 3 posted Jul 6, 22 views. Flickr: Video 3 posted last night, 29 views already. Hmmm… Youtube...

Once again: Magix Movie Edit Pro NOT RECOMMENDED for 3D video editing

Once again: Magix Movie Edit Pro NOT RECOMMENDED for 3D video editing

This is a repeat to what I wrote last fall. I made the mistake of trying to use this crappy software again to edit a 3D video. WHOPPER mistake.  Found more bugs in it again. Another night wasted with this terrible software. MAGIX is software that one really wants to like – but I must again STRONGLY RECOMMEND AGAINST PURCHASING...

Civil War Battle re-enactment in 4K 3D Video

Civil War Battle re-enactment in 4K 3D Video

Click the Youtube icon to go to the Youtube page, if you prefer. To play in 4K 3D, select your 3D options from the gear icon, and select the 1440 HD or 2160 4K speed settings for maximum image quality. Even on a 2K (standard) 1920×1080 monitor, the video looks far better than typical Youtube 3D video.

Close up of flower taken with Olympus E-PM2

Close up of flower taken with Olympus E-PM2

Click through for larger version on Flickr. I was testing an E-PM2 and used a Hoya close up filter (handheld as it was the wrong filter diameter) to test the camera’s close up ability using the kit 14-42mm lens. The E-PM2 is economical and is shooting better photos than my GH-2. Now, I won’t give up my GH-2 but I...