Go to a  "printer friendly" view of this message which allow an easy print Printer-friendly copy Go to the page which allows you to send this topic link and a message to a friend Email this topic to a friend
Forums Lobby GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT Nikon D5300/D5200/D5100/D5000/D3300/D3200/D3100/D3000 (Public) topic #7717
View in linear mode

Subject: "RE: 3200 for video" Previous topic | Next topic
mareng Registered since 14th Jan 2013Sun 24-Feb-13 12:58 PM
34 posts Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin    Click to send email to this author Click to send private message to this authorClick to view this author's profile
#5. "RE: 3200 for video"
In response to In response to 3
Sun 24-Feb-13 12:59 PM by mareng

Thatcham. GB, GB

I have done a couple of short videos on my D3100. The first was some ladies Line Dancing at which I stood by a speaker so the music was very clear. I shot the video in short lengths of a few minutes each, then stitched them together with a bit of editing using the Nikon supplied Quicktime and the NX2 editing software. The video was shot in Landscape.
I then converted with Convertelite (free software) to a .wmv file such that I could insert it in Microsoft Movie Maker so anybody could see it. This allowed me to add Titles and Credits.
Another time I took some video clips of a Beefeater (guard from the Tower of London) giving a talk ( I was sat on the front row to pick up his voice clearly, though he didn't need a microphone being an ex RSM). As I didn't have a wide angle lens only the kit lens I had to shoot in Portrait.
Now video doesn't change orientation unlike a still.
I eventually found some free software that allowed me to rotate the video without any effect on the person. This was Videosoft.
As long as you change the orientation before converting to .wmv then you are ok.
If you convert then turn your person comes out rotund.
You can then add to MS Movie Maker and add stills, credits, effects and transitions or another video.
During the publishing stage at the end you can compress the file for emailing but then you loose sharpness. With video and music you can be up to 1Mb/second so a large file.



Alert Printer-friendly copy | Reply | Reply with quote

A general, generic topic3200 for video [View all] , Scotty Silver Member, Mon 18-Feb-13 06:44 AM
Subject Author Message Date ID
Reply message RE: 3200 for video
MEMcD Moderator
18th Feb 2013
Reply message RE: 3200 for video
Scotty Silver Member
18th Feb 2013
Reply message RE: 3200 for video
23rd Feb 2013
Reply message RE: 3200 for video
pjonesCET Gold Member
19th Feb 2013
     Reply message RE: 3200 for video
24th Feb 2013

Forums Lobby GET TO KNOW YOUR CAMERA & MASTER IT Nikon D5300/D5200/D5100/D5000/D3300/D3200/D3100/D3000 (Public) topic #7717 Previous topic | Next topic

Take the Nikonians Tour and learn more about being a Nikonian Wiki /FAQ /Help Listen to our MP3 photography radio channels Find anything on Nikon and imaging technology - fast!

Copyright © Nikonians 2000, 2014
All Rights Reserved

Nikonians®, NikoScope® and NikoniansAcademy™ are trademarks owned by Nikonians.org.
Nikon®, Nikonos® and Nikkor® are registered trademarks of Nikon Corporation.