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01-11-2005 11:42 PM
Red Rider
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by ND4SPD
If someone can point me to a free DVD ripping program I'd be happy to rip it to disk.
You might find something here.

DVD-Guides.com
01-11-2005 10:51 PM
Bacchus
Re: Baketech in action!

Hurry up guys! I wanna see this...
01-11-2005 10:30 PM
ND4SPD
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by Baketech
What format is the original tape?
mini DV
01-11-2005 10:16 PM
Baketech
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by ND4SPD
If someone can point me to a free DVD ripping program I'd be happy to rip it to disk.
What format is the original tape?
01-11-2005 10:01 PM
ND4SPD
Re: Baketech in action!

If someone can point me to a free DVD ripping program I'd be happy to rip it to disk.
01-11-2005 10:00 PM
colryn
Re: Baketech in action!

Crap! I found myself grinning ear to ear. I would love to experience that. I am jealous. Nice video.
01-11-2005 10:00 PM
Red Rider
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by ND4SPD
Yes, but there are a few issues:

The original recording is still on tape only, and I don't own a mini DV cam

My one buddy edited and burned a copy of it to DVD, but I have no DVD ripping software

It's ~2gigs in DVD format.

No place to host it
Can't help ya'...my editing program and burner are all effed up. That's why Niner is doing it for me...
01-11-2005 9:56 PM
Red Rider
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by Baketech
His camera setup is really good....
I remember looking at the speedo when Red passed me in the KINK and it was showing 150+....so do the math on what his speed was....
Also there is a pretty big bump exiting the "keyhole" at the beginning of the clip...you can see my bike dip a bit, but it doesn't show much in the film...
I forgot about that! I do remember hesitating for a moment trying to decide whether I should pass you or hang back and keep taping. I guess I made up my mind...
01-11-2005 9:47 PM
ND4SPD
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by Red Rider
Uhmm, ND...you have any video you'd like to share with the rest of the class?

Yes, but there are a few issues:

The original recording is still on tape only, and I don't own a mini DV cam

My one buddy edited and burned a copy of it to DVD, but I have no DVD ripping software

It's ~2gigs in DVD format.

No place to host it
01-11-2005 9:47 PM
TGZ13
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by Baketech
His camera setup is really good....
I remember looking at the speedo when Red passed me in the KINK and it was showing 150+....so do the math on what his speed was....
Also there is a pretty big bump exiting the "keyhole" at the beginning of the clip...you can see my bike dip a bit, but it doesn't show much in the film...
Damn thats pretty sweet
01-11-2005 9:44 PM
Baketech
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by TGZ13
I have watched alot of onboard videos but never saw one so still at speed
His camera setup is really good....
I remember looking at the speedo when Red passed me in the KINK and it was showing 150+....so do the math on what his speed was....
Also there is a pretty big bump exiting the "keyhole" at the beginning of the clip...you can see my bike dip a bit, but it doesn't show much in the film...
01-11-2005 9:16 PM
Red Rider
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by Baketech
Actually the track was so sketchy we were basically just stroking around that day....the Vintage guys had left the track so oily that it was freaky in places....
Never will I ride on a track after a vintage race day. The amount of oil on the track was unreal.
01-11-2005 9:14 PM
TGZ13
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by Red Rider
I shot a few laps of him. Unfortunately I had just passed him when he decided to check out the foliage along the straight.
If only he wasnt so damn slow we could have seen that footage
01-11-2005 9:14 PM
Red Rider
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by Bacchus
Did anyone get that on vid? My roots are in motocross...
I shot a few laps of him. Unfortunately I had just passed him when he decided to check out the foliage along the straight.
01-11-2005 9:13 PM
luvtolean
Re: Baketech in action!

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Originally Posted by Baketech
Those seams are fun at my slow pace, I can't imagine how hairy they are at racer speeds...
Yeah, a bunch were right where my tires would cross at full lean if I was trying to go fast. Tracks are pretty hard to evaluate from a distance, Road America looks kinda shitty but you just hammer it and the tires grip there.

Sweet vid guys! They are really still and smooth.



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