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World Championship Highlights - Round 13 South Korea

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by David Armstrong, Oct 11, 2012.

  1. David Armstrong

    David Armstrong
    Premium Member

    Here is the highlights package of round 13 of the World Championship:

    Thanks to Mikko for the post race checks. Just 2 left to go guys!

    Simon Adebisi
    FSR Multimedia Director
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  2. Another race, more brilliant highlights! Great job Simon!
  3. Im a bit sad that Talis adventure on the reserve pits wasnt in this but good job anyways! :D
  4. Awesome as always :)
  5. Brilliant work Si but its Round 13 instead of Round 7 but anyway good work
  6. David Armstrong

    David Armstrong
    Premium Member

    Omg I can't believe I actually didn't realize that my script was wrong.
    I wrote all the track descriptions back in April with the original proposed calender. I guess that's what happens when you turn 30 and reach old age :roflmao:
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  7. LOL 'D
  8. Great job old man! :D lol
  9. Awesome Production Simon, great stuff and keep up the work, thanks!
  10. Great job as usual!

    Thanks for your words about Faster Than Speed's 200th WC race too! :) Not with the intention of correcting you, but just in case anyone's interested, a little bit of FTS history ;):

    I haven't led FTS since the team's inception. Founder Alex Cosentino did in the team's beginnings in 2001 and Gabriel Garivaldis took over as Team Manager in 2003. I joined the team mid-2003 and took management duties in 2005, first co-managing together with Gabriel and later on my own.
  11. Rigel

    @ Simberia @Simberia

    Great video, a pleasure to watch as always! :D
    I was wondering, how do you get that smoothness, particularly from the track cameras? Do you use enbseries with motion blur effects, or do you record it in slow motion and then speed it up (but this would be an insanely hard work to do), or do you add some kind of blur before rendering the actual compressed video? Or maybe noone of these three?
    Because I've tried in every way, but I can't still figure out how to obtain the same smoothness, so my videos don't look so awesome :(
    Thanks in advance, and don't stop doing your great job! :D
  12. When i'm doing rfactor videos with Sony Vegas they always comes out like that after rendering. I have no idea what does it but it doesn't bother me. Looks cool. :D

    Mikko Suokas
  13. I do rfactor vids with AVS Video Editor with footage from AVI. plus Bluff Titler and Paint to get the results i need but i dont know if the vids have motion blur
  14. David Armstrong

    David Armstrong
    Premium Member

    I use Sony Vegas 10. It adds a motion blur by default.

    I usually only use the slow motion trick when there is a full field of cars on the screen together (e.g. the race start and maybe the first couple of laps). Once the field spreads out a bit I can usually get away with recording with FRAPS and the frame rate never drops below 30, even while recording. This depends on how FPS-heavy the track is.
  15. Rigel

    @ Simberia @Simberia

    Thank you for your answers! I will do some other tests.
    It seems that I was making the biggest mistake by disabling the resample on every clip, as I read almost everywhere on the internet to increase video quality. Now I'm getting closer :D
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  16. David Armstrong

    David Armstrong
    Premium Member

    Yeah, disabling the resampling is not a good idea for simracing videos imo.