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This is a video message from Sis. Gigi (the mom) to her son and daughter-in-law on their wedding day. She would like to share the memories that highlights their family from the past
You see, a mother looks forward to this day ,but its a moment she fears with all her heart. It's the day she says goodbye to his little boy who's now a man as they grow a little further apart.
Blu-ray HD Quality
We are trying our newest gadget in this wedding, a new toy in the craft of cinematography. This video was intentionally converted as a 4:3 Ratio rather than a 16:9 upon request from couple. We will do another version @ 1440 x 1080 a little bit later. Enjoy watching!
San Francisco - right in the middle of Union Square. Hard area to shoot, crowded with people on a Saturday but always a well giving spot for film makers. Sarah's cotillion was created with 4 HDV
cameras and additional 2 moving crane cameras with live feeding video to two projector screens.
Handheld no editing raw footage#1 using the Sony Z1U. Had amazing resolution even with the lighting condition. VIVID colors. If you are experiencing problems such as staggering video; turn off the the HD and it will run OR download the WMV version and play on Windows Media player (Note: let it buffer first) Enjoy! Location: my hometown Balanga,Bataan in the Philippines.
In 1997, a new technology emerged that brought digital sound and video into homes all over the world. It was called DVD, and it revolutionized the movie industry.
The industry is set for yet another revolution with the introduction of Blu-ray Discs (BD) in 2006. With their high storage capacity, Blu-ray discs can hold and play back large quantities of high-definition video and audio, as well as photos, data and other digital content.
In this article, HowStuffWorks explains how the Blu-ray disc works and how it was developed, and we'll see how it stacks up against some other new digital video formats on the horizon.
A current, single-sided, standard DVD can hold 4.7 GB (gigabytes) of information. That's about the size of an average two-hour, standard-definition movie with a few extra features. But a high-definition movie, which has a much clearer image (see How Digital Television Works), takes up about five times more bandwidth and therefore requires a disc with about five times more storage. As TV sets and movie studios make the move to high definition, consumers are going to need playback systems with a lot more storage capacity.
Blu-ray is the next-generation digital video disc. It can record, store and play back high-definition video and digital audio, as well as computer data. The advantage to Blu-ray is the sheer amount of information it can hold:
- A single-layer Blu-ray disc, which is roughly the same size as a DVD, can hold up to 27 GB of data -- that's more than two hours of high-definition
video or about 13 hours of standard video.
- A double-layer Blu-ray disc can store up to 50 GB, enough to hold about 4.5 hours of high-definition video or more than 20 hours of standard video. And there are even plans in the works to develop a disc with twice that amount of storage.