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GoPros are always a great choice for a newbie. They are easy to use and get great photo and video. The Hero6 Black is a nice choice, B&H # GOH6B. One limitation of the a GoPro though is it does not have a zoom lens. You may want to consider a small camcorder instead because of that. The Panasonic HC-V380K is a great option and it has a 50x optical zoom, B&H # PAHCV380K.
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The 4K option would be nice, but if that can't be done with the HDMI feed then I'd rather drop 4K entirely and get the best 1080 camera I can for the available money. That might still be the AX100E or it might be another brand with great looking 1080 in low light. You tell me. Please :)
At present MP4 does not default to using Flowplayer to play. Maybe a setting in the media filter pages? There is some ambiguity in how the various settings work together, and what plugins browsers have.Suggest: make it nice and clean. Start of with use Flowplayer for MP4, and allow the choice of QT to over-ride this maybe.
A perfect day might include either reading a good book or enjoying a great movie along with a nice cup of coffee. Before Netflix, this meant going through the hassle of finding and downloading an MP4 file to watch the movie using QuickTime Player.
SteadyFlow is a Linux tool. Most of the downloaders that you will encounter are written for Windows, while others are written for all major operating systems. So, it is nice to find a downloader that was specifically designed for use on Linux GNOME distros. This is a bare-bones system that keeps overheads low and implements multi-threaded downloading to speed up delivery.
In our particular case, we use the x264Encoder QuickTime codec, which provides x264 in the form of a plug-in component that integrates into the Mac OS X QuickTime video library, allowing easy use from most Mac applications including our batch-encoding tool of choice, Compressor. We could also use x264 through other, non-QuickTime-based encoding tools, such as HandBrake, but they may not provide full access to all of x264's settings, and they probably wouldn't also support other QuickTime codecs such as Flip4Mac WMV which we also use for our overall encoding system. Compressor with x264Encoder fits our requirements nicely, although we do lose a few percent in performance becauseboth Compressor and QuickTime 7 (on which it's based) are only 32-bit.
The maximum number of reference frames at 1080p at its normal H.264 level of 4.0/4.1 is 4 frames. A 1080p frame in YUV 4:2:0 format takes 1920x1080x1.5 bytes, or just under 3 MB, so 4 reference frames take 12 MB, plus 3 MB for the frame currently being decoded, meaning a level 4.0 player uses 15 MB for the frames, notionally fitting nicely into a 16 MB total, but far more than most mainstream processors currently have on-chip (current CPUs have L2/L3 caches ranging from 2 to 8 MB). Similarly, 720p at its normal level of 3.1 has a maximum of 5 reference frames, which works out to the player using a little under 8 MB, and level 3.0, which we use for 360p, has a maximum of 6 reference frames for 720x480 NTSC and 5 for 720x576 PAL, which works out to, you guessed it, a little under 4 MB.
As you'd expect from Adobe, whose industry-standard Premiere Pro has grown to define the bar for modern video editors, using Premiere Rush is a sleek, simple experience. In our hands-on review, we noted the video app "sports a nice, clean interface with very simple editing features. A snappy clipper that's perfect for making short videos for social media."
Freemake video Cutter does exactly what its name suggests, and that is cut video. As well as MP4 it can deal with several other video formats, it uses a nice easy to follow interface and is a nice compact package that does the job well.
Whilst, as the name suggests, this package was designed for format conversion, it includes a wealth of other abilities, one of which is video cutting, it can also rejoin and merge clips too. As a video converter, it has the largest range of format compatibility in the list and can even burn your finished videos to DVD or Blu-ray for you. The cutting feature is nicely implemented into a clear interface and should be straightforward for anyone to use.
A fairly comprehensive editing package, VirtualDub has a nice selection of cutting tools enabling accurate cuts and edits with ease, covering the MP4 format as well as several others, it is a useful tool for those looking for additional features beyond just cutting. Due to the lengthy feature set the interface is a little cluttered and for those that want nothing but a cutter, is perhaps overkill, however, it does the job very well and for many presents a useful selection of video tools. 041b061a72