The video makes it sound interesting, but the buzz-word filled web-site just makes me want to run a mile ... I won't explain I'll just post the opening page:
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OK this post is wildly off-topic and has nothing to do with the video (Feel free to remove it if it is too inappropriate - I don't mind).
Smart women are far hotter than hot women (did that make any sense?), geek girls (and game girls) too. None of which has anything to do with the comments made here.
We are not posting on some gaming site, or other "boys club" and although C9 isn't exactly an internal forum there should be some level of peer respect. Even if you think a thought about the professional in the video (male or female) it really isn't necessary
to post about it.
Apart from the fact it adds nothing positive to the discussion, it also is disrespectful to anyone who is trying to make a 'serious' point.
It is almost like saying -- "Shut-up and dance for daddy." -- It shows that level of disrespect in my opinion.
I use a heavy tripod (no need to talk to Scoble ). But, I don't travel with it.
Thanks for the feedback. C
The video overall is one of the best you guys have done. Very interesting variety of interviews and certainly a change from those shot within Microsoft. The hand mic does help a lot compared to some of these outside interviews you guys have done before.
That pre-bit was cool... But it could have been better if you had used a heavy tripod (talk to scoble) and as I said if you had cleared off the ambient sound. Things sound a thousand times louder on a microphone than in real life...
Look at it this way... by processing the sound you make it sound MORE realistic not less.
PS - Vegetable oil powered cars are illegal here in the UK
Any filter will do the job ... Just drop everything before 250 Hz and after 2 KHz ... Or scale it down as it leaves the natural voice range, which sounds a bit cleaner... But as nobody was speaking you can just drop it off completely.
If you want to use VirtualDub which is free ... Turn on full processing and advanced filters then add a highpass and a lowpass ... Set the lowpass to 3000 and the highpass to 200.