Extreme Speed Prop Planes Discuss the need for speed with fast prop planes (Screamin Demon, Diamond Dust, Shrikes or any REAL sound breakin'''' plane)

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Old 08-19-2008, 07:05 AM
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I have some great video of my Twin Outlaw but I don't know how to post it. It's multiple files ending in BUP, IFO, and VOB. You have to have all the files to get it to work, odd, I think it's some Sony hidef type of set up. Any way I can't load them onto RCU, anyone know how I can post them?
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Old 08-19-2008, 10:48 AM
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You will need a video editing software program in your computer so you can upload into the program and then convert and compress the files for uploading.

There are lots od prgrams to choose from. Find one that supports your particular cameras format.

I personally use Cyberlink Power Director:

http://www.cyberlink.com/
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Looks like a lot of trouble to convert one video I was given...

Thanks!
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Is it on a DVD? If you want, you can mail it to me and I will see what I can do with it.
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Evan,
Have you tried opening the video within Windows Movie Maker. Comes with XP sp2 and Vista.
If WMM can open the files it should be able to convert it to a Windows Media A/V file.
I know that will post on U-tube.

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Here is Evans video:

http://www.rcuvideos.com/video/Bandito-Twin-by-evan-RCU
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Very nice, Kmot - enjoyed the video. What a screamer.

Just curious: who re-formatted the video and how?

Evan-RCU:
At the end, what fell off in the air?
Did you start with an Outlaw ARF or a kit? Where did you get it?
Edit: oops - I see it was scratch built. Did you just start with plans?

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Just curious: who re-formatted the video and how?
I did, using Cyberlink Power Director.
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Very nice, Kmot - enjoyed the video. What a screamer.

Just curious: who re-formatted the video and how?

Evan-RCU:
At the end, what fell off in the air?
Did you start with an Outlaw ARF or a kit? Where did you get it?
Edit: oops - I see it was scratch built. Did you just start with plans?

Tnx - LeeHop

It's not an Outlaw but the idea was born of it. Other than the obvious two engines it's much larger and the build was very different. I would say that while it looks like one it is deffinitely not one. Built from plans, I made the plans...

I had a big problem with the take off dolley, when I built it I didn't think it needed to be balanced to the plane and I thought there'd be no difficulty in it falling free, I was wrong on both accounts.

But, it is still sitting in my work shop ready to fly again... I guess it now has about ten flights on it.
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Thanks Tom!
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