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View Poll Results: Where do you mount your camera?
Side of helmet?? 13 50.00%
Top of helmet?? 10 38.46%
Both 1 3.85%
Other 2 7.69%
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Old 02-17-2013, 07:31 PM   #21 (permalink)
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many of the programs now allow them to be installed on 2 computers. the makers got smart to software sharing so require registration.

I have a priated copy of Sony Vegas 11 (newer then mine) but i can't get it to work as part of the "crack" program doesn't work.

If you can find a computer guy, they usually know where to get the pirated copies. not that i endors that kind of behavior.
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Old 02-18-2013, 11:22 AM   #22 (permalink)
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many of the programs now allow them to be installed on 2 computers. the makers got smart to software sharing so require registration.

I have a priated copy of Sony Vegas 11 (newer then mine) but i can't get it to work as part of the "crack" program doesn't work.

If you can find a computer guy, they usually know where to get the pirated copies. not that i endors that kind of behavior.
LOl awesome! thanks man
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I have mine on top just cause that's where I thought it would get the best angle. I've tried the chesty but that can be kinda hard to get the right angles. I haven't had luck with most of the places on the quad. This thread has covered some spots to mount the cameras.
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I have mine on top just cause that's where I thought it would get the best angle. I've tried the chesty but that can be kinda hard to get the right angles. I haven't had luck with most of the places on the quad. This thread has covered some spots to mount the cameras.
Go Pro mounting
sweet thanks man ill check them out...for the record i tried searching but none of those threads came up when i typed it in the search
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sweet thanks man ill check them out...for the record i tried searching but none of those threads came up when i typed it in the search
The raptor forum one is pretty good for finding stuff but I've found that google will pick some of them up better. I have a few places I've mounted the go pro too on my youtube page from a year and a half ago that should be in that thread. Some spots you get the vibration really bad and with all the bumps it can be hard to keep it positioned just right.
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The raptor forum one is pretty good for finding stuff but I've found that google will pick some of them up better. I have a few places I've mounted the go pro too on my youtube page from a year and a half ago that should be in that thread. Some spots you get the vibration really bad and with all the bumps it can be hard to keep it positioned just right.
ya i just checked it out, i really like that nerf/heel guard mounting spot that you have...not a big fan of that swing arm mount id be to scared to lose it on a trail. Awesome videos and i love the look of your quad & rims you have on it.
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Thanks and as long as everything is tight you shouldn't loose it, it may just be angled different from what you have it set to when you started.
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Thanks and as long as everything is tight you shouldn't loose it, it may just be angled different from what you have it set to when you started.
ya i think it would be more of a me being paranoid to do it type of thing lol
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I picked up a yellow case for mine cause I figured if it comes off it's gonna be a heck of a lot easier finding it in yellow than clear.
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I've done helmet top and side, handlebar, chesty, a-arm (my favorite) and rear grab bar. I'd like to try swing-arm and extended pole mounts next.

Here are some vids. The first two are from Hatfield-McCoy last year.
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