2012 Rose City Open Round 3 Men Pro Open Video is up!
I added a new piece of hardware into the production chain and the commentary audio track ended up being a little hot and the export pushed the levels up even further.
Without going too deep into video production lingo, the HD resolution and the length of this video makes it a 10 hour export and a 20 hour upload to YouTube's servers. I could upload a new version but then the commentary could be too low in the mix.
The best and easiest solution is to turn the volume on your computer down below half way and you should be good to go. I will correct this in future videos.
Probably the next one to go up will be 2012 BSF.
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This is a lot of fun to be able to post this footage so the TD's, volunteers, and the players that are playing while this round is going on, can see the footage that they could not have seen while it happened live.
My approach to filming Disc Golf is to always if possible, show the feet and the tee pad in the shot. Footwork is the "foundation" of a successful swing and it's nice to be able to see what it's supposed to look like with the better players. I honestly don't know if anyone else pays attention to this but there are a lot of crummy videos on YouTube.