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The pinball camera rig club!!! Tips on building and shooting pinball videos


By Winball_Pizard

5 years ago



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    #20 5 years ago

    My rig consists of a dowel hung across two hooks with a ram adaptors arm that can hold a phone or a screw mount from a camera. The first video is from an iPhone and second is from a Sony cam then well edited.

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    #51 5 years ago

    The video camera for my rig came in the mail today. I sent a pm to swampfire about his very cool track set up.

    Does anyone have tips on the software they use and about difference files formats and uploading to youtube?

    #58 5 years ago

    Swampfire - thanks for posting the list of materials. I had never heard of 80/20 - it looks very cool. I've got my order placed.

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    #61 5 years ago

    Ive got my rig up and running. One thing I have noticed is that the top of the playfield looks a little fuzzy in the live video and on the recordings. I am not using any additional light on the playfield. I am wondering if the lights at the top wall of the playfield are causing a glare that I need to counteract with some additional lighting?

    #62 5 years ago

    Duh - it is the reflection from the backglass.

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    #86 4 years ago

    River City Flippers has our first night of league play tonight after our August break. I am going to attempt to livestream it from my rig at twitch.tv/rivercityflippers starting at 7 EST.

    #88 4 years ago

    I just used the fios connection at home and it seemed to go pretty well. The FSPA has some smart guys who have figured out that you can do it with webcams and with software called xsplit. I could not get xsplit to recognize my videocam so I used a webcam. I have solved the problem and will use the videocam next time.

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