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I haven't been on here in a while since my brother got a new bike and I have been working on mine over the past winter due to hibernation and riding withdrawals (I cannot stand living here in the midwest).

We both recently purchased some GoPros and launched a little fun YouTube channel to sort of document our adventures. We compiled a few clips together for our first ride out here the other day. Nothing too fancy, but enjoy.

Like and Subscribe if you're able - we'd really appreciate it! :thumbup:

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I haven't been on here in a while since my brother got a new bike and I have been working on mine over the past winter due to hibernation and riding withdrawals (I cannot stand living here in the midwest).

We both recently purchased some GoPros and launched a little fun YouTube channel to sort of document our adventures. We compiled a few clips together for our first ride out here the other day. Nothing too fancy, but enjoy.

Like and Subscribe if you're able - we'd really appreciate it! <img src="http://www.600rr.net/vb/images/smilies/old/01_thumbup.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Thumbup" class="inlineimg" />

Appreciate all the tome you got into editing that. It's not easy. Looked like good times.
 

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Appreciate all the tome you got into editing that. It's not easy. Looked like good times.
Thanks, actually I tried using a new video editing program, made my life a lot easier..

It was a great time, it's just with my brother and some friends - unfortunately here in the Chicago suburbs I have yet to see many fellow 600rr riders, sad to say :\
 

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Appreciate all the tome you got into editing that. It's not easy. Looked like good times.
Thanks, actually I tried using a new video editing program, made my life a lot easier..

It was a great time, it's just with my brother and some friends - unfortunately here in the Chicago suburbs I have yet to see many fellow 600rr riders, sad to say :\
What programs have you used? We have loads of 600rrs here, its a very popular bike. Facebook/social media groups will help you find the folks you wanna ride with.
 

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What programs have you used? We have loads of 600rrs here, its a very popular bike. Facebook/social media groups will help you find the folks you wanna ride with.
I used to use this one program called VideoPad, that program long ago I found helpful and intuitive but over time, felt it was extremely analog in a digital world, but just my opinion.

I now used this program called Wondershare, quite easy to use and cut my processing down by I would say nearly 80%. So far I'm happy with it.

I would use social media however my line of work does not allow us to access social media as freely as we'd like due to security reason. So that's why I just haven't used it much nearly as I'd like to the past few years.

Update: Snuck in a part 2! :)

Finally saw a fellow RR yesterday, it was like finding a unicorn!
 

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What programs have you used? We have loads of 600rrs here, its a very popular bike. Facebook/social media groups will help you find the folks you wanna ride with.
I used to use this one program called VideoPad, that program long ago I found helpful and intuitive but over time, felt it was extremely analog in a digital world, but just my opinion.

I now used this program called Wondershare, quite easy to use and cut my processing down by I would say nearly 80%. So far I'm happy with it.

I would use social media however my line of work does not allow us to access social media as freely as we'd like due to security reason. So that's why I just haven't used it much nearly as I'd like to the past few years.

Update: Snuck in a part 2! 🙂

Finally saw a fellow RR yesterday, it was like finding a unicorn!
I have not used either one of those ones. Heard of the wonder share. I used the free gopro studio for a while, it has a cool slow mo flux feature where it adds frames in between.

My favorite for the money is adobe premier elements. Thats what I use now.

Bummer about the social media for you. I often just keep an eye on it and show up at a ride, not post anything.
 
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