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Quick Timelapse of a Night on a Moon
JDBArDate: Friday, 11.11.2011, 01:21 | Message # 1
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Just updated my version of Fraps and decided to try filming one of my favorite locations. Also this is my first post on this forum. smile

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fqrM-pCXbw
 
ThursDate: Friday, 11.11.2011, 01:38 | Message # 2
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Thanks for sharing this. It's cool how the sun is blocked out by the planet for a considerable period of time. It would be interesting to live there.
 
jtmedinaDate: Friday, 11.11.2011, 05:06 | Message # 3
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Really nice.
Just curious. Which video editor did you use?.
I use to make videos with Windows Movie Maker.
 
JDBArDate: Friday, 11.11.2011, 05:33 | Message # 4
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I used Cyberlink Powerdirector. It's got a few more features than Windows Movie Maker, but still keeps it pretty simple.
 
jtmedinaDate: Friday, 11.11.2011, 06:10 | Message # 5
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Ok thanks, I will give it a try.
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Friday, 11.11.2011, 12:31 | Message # 6
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Oh no, not this bug again with the solar lens flare! It appears on the background while it should overlap image in foreground. I have fixed it in 0.95. Finally!

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JDBArDate: Friday, 11.11.2011, 22:41 | Message # 7
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Ah, I was wondering about that. Good to hear you've fixed it!
 
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