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Definitely not my best effort on a video but going to be trying to make a bit of a effort to do a few more videos as the gear in my old ones has mostly been charged now.
Recommendations for software that's not Apple welcome as the old decent GoPro studio is all but defunked.
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2 hours ago, Gray git said:


Recommendations for software that's not Apple welcome as the old decent GoPro studio is all but defunked.

 

What a machine!!

 

I use Freemake for cutting the video to the bits I need, then VideoPad for putting it all together.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Khriss said:

Fantastic  k

Economic but to the point . ?

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Love it!!! 
Have you had any issues with trapped and/or bent bars?
Yes I've properly bent a bar as it's easy to get it trapped from not having the head totally square when you close the jaw and depending whee the saw is when it nips depends on weather you need to crowd the head forward or rotate it to the left, also very easy to have bits fracture of before being totally cut and have the bar nipped in the bit still attached to the tree.
Having a spotter is a big help but hopefully when I get more proficient with the remote that will make a big difference.

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7 minutes ago, Gray git said:

Yes I've properly bent a bar as it's easy to get it trapped from not having the head totally square when you close the jaw and depending whee the saw is when it nips depends on weather you need to crowd the head forward or rotate it to the left, also very easy to have bits fracture of before being totally cut and have the bar nipped in the bit still attached to the tree.
Having a spotter is a big help but hopefully when I get more proficient with the remote that will make a big difference.

I can see that being an ongoing issue, very difficult to overcome. Small price to pay for being otherwise FARKING MEGA though!!!!!! 

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37 minutes ago, Gray git said:

Yes I've properly bent a bar as it's easy to get it trapped from not having the head totally square when you close the jaw and depending whee the saw is when it nips depends on weather you need to crowd the head forward or rotate it to the left, also very easy to have bits fracture of before being totally cut and have the bar nipped in the bit still attached to the tree.
Having a spotter is a big help but hopefully when I get more proficient with the remote that will make a big difference.

Gonna say, any trunk with a lot of internal tensions and reaction growth rings (  Cedars a big culprit) might grab yr bar in the cut. Dunno how it would cope with that ?  K

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1 hour ago, Stubby said:

Economic but to the point . ?

.... Well, i clicked on it thinking it was abt Wine.... K

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Ended up with Rosey again- wish she would stop buying wine by the case.... Coronavirus has its shortcomings you know ?
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