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[VIDEO] KUL ES-87 62g Ergoclear Lubed Clipped Stabilizers
« on: Sat, 16 April 2016, 15:52:11 »
Hey folks,

I've never edited video before. It looked fun so here it is: my very first movie.











NOTE:  Make sure you select 1080P QUALITY!
Also, please watch until done :) Thanks! Feedback welcome!



Keyboard: KUL ES-87
Keycaps: Vortex Thick PBT Doubleshot Keycap set
Ergoclear aka Ergo-clear Modification
62g 24k SPRiT Springs
Krytox GPL205/105 Lubed stems, sliders, and springs
Clipped & lubed stabilizers

Music: Mars Volta - Cassandra Gemini III
Camera: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 60mm 2.8D macro lens, tripod mounted
Software: Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Dying to hear any feedback. I've never edited video before and I'm an enthusiast level photographer at best :)

Cheers!
  
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Re: [VIDEO] KUL ES-87 62g Ergoclear Lubed Clipped Stabilizers
« Reply #1 on: Sun, 29 May 2016, 03:48:48 »
I hope you haven't died for lack of feedback :p

I had to turn the sound up to head this, and there was a roaring sound in the background of the video, like a very noisy case fan?  Or an air-conditioner?

Detracts slightly from the sound of typing, especially as this is a particular quiet keyboard.

I have a CODE with MX clears (albeit not lubed) and it is a lot noisier than this one sounds.
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Re: [VIDEO] KUL ES-87 62g Ergoclear Lubed Clipped Stabilizers
« Reply #2 on: Mon, 30 May 2016, 10:37:28 »
I hope you haven't died for lack of feedback :p

I had to turn the sound up to head this, and there was a roaring sound in the background of the video, like a very noisy case fan?  Or an air-conditioner?

Detracts slightly from the sound of typing, especially as this is a particular quiet keyboard.

I have a CODE with MX clears (albeit not lubed) and it is a lot noisier than this one sounds.

LOL the sound was horrible. It was my first video ever as I'm sure you can tell. I live on the busiest street in my city and I had a heater on. I didn't really plan on releasing a video to be honest and made it to simply learn how to use Premiere Pro. Thank you though for the feedback. I will do another someday with better audio... maybe I'll get a microphone. I don't know if it's worth it though. Do you know of a high quality ~$20 mic?
  
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Re: [VIDEO] KUL ES-87 62g Ergoclear Lubed Clipped Stabilizers
« Reply #3 on: Mon, 30 May 2016, 11:06:01 »
I hope you haven't died for lack of feedback :p

I had to turn the sound up to head this, and there was a roaring sound in the background of the video, like a very noisy case fan?  Or an air-conditioner?

Detracts slightly from the sound of typing, especially as this is a particular quiet keyboard.

I have a CODE with MX clears (albeit not lubed) and it is a lot noisier than this one sounds.

LOL the sound was horrible. It was my first video ever as I'm sure you can tell. I live on the busiest street in my city and I had a heater on. I didn't really plan on releasing a video to be honest and made it to simply learn how to use Premiere Pro. Thank you though for the feedback. I will do another someday with better audio... maybe I'll get a microphone. I don't know if it's worth it though. Do you know of a high quality ~$20 mic?

Zalman ZM-1

not the best of quality, but will be passable.