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Old 12-12-2013, 09:01 PM   #2926
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Old 12-16-2013, 10:54 AM   #2927
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Destination Nuxalk Nation: A Solo Adventure To Bella Coola

MOVIE - Destination Nuxalk Nation: A Solo Adventure To Bella Coola on a BMW

I decided to finish this as a complete movie. This is a first for me.

I hope you enjoy it.

As usual, headphones, a fine wine (or a good beer) recommended.

In the meantime, I will be working on my next project. Stay tuned...

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Old 12-16-2013, 02:14 PM   #2928
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MOVIE - Destination Nuxalk Nation: A Solo Adventure To Bella Coola on a BMW

I decided to finish this as a complete movie. This is a first for me.

I hope you enjoy it.

As usual, headphones, a fine wine (or a good beer) recommended.

In the meantime, I will be working on my next project. Stay tuned...

Enjoyed every minute of this one, I also didn't want it to end...
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Old 12-16-2013, 05:43 PM   #2929
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Enjoyed every minute of this one, I also didn't want it to end...
You and me both

oh, you meant the movie...

It was a magical ride.

Thanks.
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Old 12-16-2013, 06:39 PM   #2930
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MOVIE - Destination Nuxalk Nation: A Solo Adventure To Bella Coola on a BMW

I decided to finish this as a complete movie. This is a first for me.

I hope you enjoy it.

As usual, headphones, a fine wine (or a good beer) recommended.

In the meantime, I will be working on my next project. Stay tuned...

OK, That's It...You Win!
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Old 12-17-2013, 09:57 AM   #2931
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Triumph Tiger 800XC: AltRider in New York City

Blazing his trail through deep sands, ramming through bottomless puddles and splitting lanes with New York City taxi cabs Jeremy LeBreton from AltRider is on his way to Progressive International Motorcycle Show in New York. Triumph Tiger 800XC takes the challenge to get him there on time.

We had a couple of sunny days for filming here on the East Coast and just two weeks to complete the project.

Hope you guys enjoy watching.

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Old 12-17-2013, 11:33 AM   #2932
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MOVIE - Destination Nuxalk Nation: A Solo Adventure To Bella Coola on a BMW

I decided to finish this as a complete movie. This is a first for me.

I hope you enjoy it.

As usual, headphones, a fine wine (or a good beer) recommended.

In the meantime, I will be working on my next project. Stay tuned...
Awesome!! I rarely watch more than a few minutes of trip videos (including my own), but I watched yours from end to end. Beautiful video and camera work. You captured the essence and spirit of journeying alone perfectly. Bravo!

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Old 12-17-2013, 11:45 AM   #2933
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i wonder how long it took to render? on my dual core PC that would have taken about 30 hours! nice edit and choice of music, well done.
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Old 12-17-2013, 07:32 PM   #2934
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Blazing his trail through deep sands, ramming through bottomless puddles and splitting lanes with New York City taxi cabs Jeremy LeBreton from AltRider is on his way to Progressive International Motorcycle Show in New York. Triumph Tiger 800XC takes the challenge to get him there on time.
Love the bike, but I could only handle about a minute and a half of that soundtrack!! (I won't call it music!)
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Old 12-17-2013, 08:00 PM   #2935
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Old 12-18-2013, 09:20 AM   #2936
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Little vid of the best of 2013 from Quebec!

Enjoy!


http://youtu.be/c81-Zfdswz4
Crazy Frenchmen!

Great vid, painful music
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Old 12-18-2013, 09:47 AM   #2937
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Trans Lab Highway, and the wrong use for bear spray.
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Old 12-18-2013, 01:38 PM   #2938
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Awesome!! I rarely watch more than a few minutes of trip videos (including my own), but I watched yours from end to end. Beautiful video and camera work. You captured the essence and spirit of journeying alone perfectly. Bravo!

Nick
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i wonder how long it took to render? on my dual core PC that would have taken about 30 hours! nice edit and choice of music, well done.
hehe... yes. it was alot of work not only to compile, but to edit. I don't want speculate the amount of hours I put into this project. It was in excess of 160 hours I'm sure. It was a labor of love and a part time job to learn how to do this. I have no training movie production (I'm a aerospace/mechanical engineer by trade)

I took on all the roles needed to make a movie.. e.g. the producer, cartographer, engineer, artist, IT support and I had to star in the movie. Because I am not an actor, you see very little of me in the shots Thankfully mother nature made up for my short comings.

I divided the videos into sub projects that were compiled and linked to make the over-all movie. For example, the intro was separate and each day was a separate compiled project as was the ending. Thus I was able to focus on each in "bite" size chunks. If I found an error, I only had to recompile the sub movie and then recompile the overall movie. It took all night to upload to Youtube.

The bottom line is, I learned a great deal doing this project and it was fun. Any future projects should take less effort using the knowledge I gained... I hope.
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Old 12-18-2013, 07:09 PM   #2939
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Big Land Adventure - really enjoyed the trip!

Guys, can't thank you enough...watched the three videos and waiting for number 4 or maybe I just haven't found it yet. Either way really enjoyed it and got a kick out of the bear spray fiasco....Merry Christmas to you both, Grant
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Old 12-18-2013, 07:32 PM   #2940
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Thanks for the kind words Nick and others.



hehe... yes. it was alot of work not only to compile, but to edit. I don't want speculate the amount of hours I put into this project. It was in excess of 160 hours I'm sure. It was a labor of love and a part time job to learn how to do this. I have no training movie production (I'm a aerospace/mechanical engineer by trade)

I took on all the roles needed to make a movie.. e.g. the producer, cartographer, engineer, artist, IT support and I had to star in the movie. Because I am not an actor, you see very little of me in the shots Thankfully mother nature made up for my short comings.

I divided the videos into sub projects that were compiled and linked to make the over-all movie. For example, the intro was separate and each day was a separate compiled project as was the ending. Thus I was able to focus on each in "bite" size chunks. If I found an error, I only had to recompile the sub movie and then recompile the overall movie. It took all night to upload to Youtube.

The bottom line is, I learned a great deal doing this project and it was fun. Any future projects should take less effort using the knowledge I gained... I hope.
Bravo GrizzLee, two thumbs up!
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