Any scene that has motion will have motion blur in the video frame.
Rolling on the sands...
That's all for my contribution of video frames. I will post a trailer video clip in the near future but I have to finish two other assignments presently.
Thanks Newstar for organising the shoot.
Special thanks for our model Peggy. Peggy you are fanastics and your cheerful personnality ready make the whole outing full of lives.
And all the wonderful photographers and videographer at the shoot out, you are great
We have a wonderful time today. Now I just started with the editing and the video should be out by this week.
Peggy Bikini 写真集
The trailer is now available! You can download the trailer from
***To view the trailer in its original video quality, please download the original file.***
This version of the trailer is 3 mins and 28 secs long and is of MPEG-1 VCD quality (35MB).
A MPEG-2 DVD quality version of the trailer is coming up shortly. File size is 142 MB.
WA! love u guys la! hehehe.. this must be one of the best shoot i ever had. POST MORE POST MORE! hehehe
GREAT PHOTOGRAPHERS = GREAT FUN!
See u guys at my next shoot~
MPEG-2 DVD version of the trailer is now available. Download from the following location:
The file size is 142 MB.
**Requirements: Internet Explorer 6 and above.
You may need to install the Megaupload Toolbar into your IE to be able to download the video file.
Download speed is about 200 Kilobytes/sec.
In addition to the MPEG-1 Video CD and MPEG-2 DVD versions, the trailer video has been encoded to XVID MPEG-4 and DivX MPEG-4 formats (two pass encoding).
1. XVID MPEG-4 format, two pass, 3743 kbps video bitrate, 25 fps, 96.5 MB
2. DivX 5.0 MPEG-4 format, two pass, 782 kbps video bitrate, 25 fps, 22.8 MB
3. MPEG-2 DVD format, 6000 kbps video bitrate, 25 fps, 142 MB
4. MPEG-1 Video CD format, 1150 kbps video bitrate, 25 fps, 34.5 MB
The video quality can be determined by the video bitrate.
In order to watch the videos, the appropriate decoder codecs need to be installed.
1. Free DScaler MPEG-2 Decoder Codec
2. XVID MPEG-4 Decoder Binary
3. DivX Decoder Codec
Video was shot using a S$1400 Panasonic NV-GS75 3CCD video cam (rented) in manual mode. Left my own S$600 1CCD video cameras at home.
Technical specifications of NV-GS75:
On 17 Dec 2006 Sunday from 8.30 AM to 12.30 PM SGT at Sentosa Singapore, sky is cloudy and there's intermittent rain.
Aperture range: F2.4 to F3.4
Shutter speed: 1/250 secs
Under pavilion dark shade:
Aperture range: F2.4 to F2.8
Shutter speed: 1/50 secs
Gain was set to Zero Decibel under all conditions. Generally a higher gain is used for low light conditions (not applicable there), but higher gain may cause grainy video appearance.
you could probably run some deinterlacing filters and have it interpolate the remaining fields to make up the resolution.
or, if whatever camera youre using can support it, shoot progressive, which gives full frame instead of interlacing fields.