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    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    I dont want to embarrass myself in front of 40,000 badminton central members with my talent ?
    Embarassment is great, just look at the vid i posted a few days ago x)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustaff View Post
    Embarassment is great, just look at the vid i posted a few days ago x)
    I might post a video of a game of doubles that I am playing tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    - It depends what kind of recording/camcorder you have. If it's an HD version, the file size will be large. If it's not, the file size will be less. But in either case, recording a full length singles/doubles game will be quite lengthy.
    You can try to convert it a WMV or lesser quality format to reduce the size, but the quality of the video will be less; esp. once uploaded to youtube, it will decrease (unless you have the video file in an AVI format or one with high resolution/frame-rate, which of course will be large).
    - Yes, you need a fast computer and a fast internet connection if you want to process and upload it to youtube quickly.
    - It's okay, take your time to process and upload it. We'll gladly wait & watch the video.

    Thanks. It is indeed a HD camcorder. I will see how I can upload it. I have faster internet connection in my office. I will first need my friend's permission of our singles. LOL

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    Default ^^Then..^^

    ..if it was indeed recorded by an HD camcorder, then most likely you'll have to convert it to an AVI format (from .m2ts??), if it's not already in AVI format, in order for you to upload it to youtube.
    If i were you, i'll convert/save and upload the highest resolution file (AVI is best) you can get to youtube cos it'll reduce whatever video quality if you don't have it in the highest resolution.
    Yeah, fast internet connection would definitely help.
    Good luck and look fw to your video!

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    This is stupid but how do u convert to AVI ?

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    Default ^^Hmm..^^

    ..is the original video file in .mts/.m2ts format??..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustaff View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paelh2jsFTE
    (playing starts at 00:35)

    Me and my friend/(club manager) warming up, very light playing

    I'm the one in wine red.

    Please comment on technique, or well, comment on whatever you like :P

    Oh, one thing, is the video quality acceptable?
    which are the lines for badminton?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyingfox View Post
    which are the lines for badminton?
    haha agree with that about the lines, black lines on a blue/dark blue floor is a big no no tough time seeing lines and would have some trouble making line calls. looks kinda close to the wall too though.

    Quote Originally Posted by gustaff View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paelh2jsFTE
    (playing starts at 00:35)

    Me and my friend/(club manager) warming up, very light playing

    I'm the one in wine red.

    Please comment on technique, or well, comment on whatever you like :P

    Oh, one thing, is the video quality acceptable?
    not bad play though i know you said your not going hard since its a light warm up/rallying so not really sure what exactly to say since not sure how you move/recover in an actual game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smash_master View Post
    haha agree with that about the lines, black lines on a blue/dark blue floor is a big no no tough time seeing lines and would have some trouble making line calls. looks kinda close to the wall too though.



    not bad play though i know you said your not going hard since its a light warm up/rallying so not really sure what exactly to say since not sure how you move/recover in an actual game.
    It's not perfect with black on blue, but it's easier to see the lines irl than in the video...

    Anyway, I guess I'll have too record an actual game and upload some other time

    //Gustaf

    EDIT: btw, is the video quality good enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustaff View Post
    It's not perfect with black on blue, but it's easier to see the lines irl than in the video...

    Anyway, I guess I'll have too record an actual game and upload some other time

    //Gustaf

    EDIT: btw, is the video quality good enough?
    I say the video quality is just perfect.

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    Even with an injury on my right ankle (still heavily swollen o.O), i just can't keep myself away from the court at the moment... My girl recorded a short video today of me playing some friends.
    Excuse what im wearing, got it for christmas
    Also, net plays, lunging on my back hand side was very painful, so i did miss a few...
    Anyway, It should indicate a little of the rackets (n90, second session in use) performance with my limited year experience of badminton.

    cheers

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dmcKHL-uTg

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    Which one are you? I'm guessing the one nearest the camera?
    Last edited by Joseph; 01-18-2010 at 10:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyingfox View Post
    which are the lines for badminton?
    Can you spot the court?


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    The blue lines!!! What do I win?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph View Post
    The blue lines!!! What do I win?
    A free acid trip? This hall has lines for 6 sports! (not unusual in city-run multipurpose venues though) The light is dim as well, you can hardly see it (the blue lines) .
    Last edited by demolidor; 01-19-2010 at 05:22 AM.

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    the one in yellow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babyface View Post
    Even with an injury on my right ankle (still heavily swollen o.O), i just can't keep myself away from the court at the moment... My girl recorded a short video today of me playing some friends.
    Excuse what im wearing, got it for christmas
    Also, net plays, lunging on my back hand side was very painful, so i did miss a few...
    Anyway, It should indicate a little of the rackets (n90, second session in use) performance with my limited year experience of badminton.

    cheers

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dmcKHL-uTg
    You seem to improve alot from the last video , might want to get yourself another practice partner to give you a more of a challenge on court. (thats the only way to improve match-play). Whenever you come up to manchester give us a shout !

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