The video clips on our site are made from MPEG files. They have been converted to Flash files. The advantage is they load very fast and are ready when you are. The disadvantage is that the quality suffers and areas of high contrast become jagged.
The still photos are mostly from film, and others are captured from our video.
Video clips requested by teams or drivers will be provided as MPEG files on DVD data disks. The files are able to be played on Windows Media Player. The disk should automaticly open Windows Media Player. If it doesn't, right click the icon and choose "Open With" and then Windows Media Player. MPEG are also accepted by most video editing programs allowing you to edit and produce a DVD.
We provide our video free of charge allowing you to judge if it has value. We don't claim to be professional, but we go into these events much like you, with high expectations hoping for good results. With only a few cameras, we can cover a small fraction of the event, and it's very easy to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. The morning sun is in your eyes and in my lens with the same result. We camp in our truck and try to schedule tomorrows locations and with fresh copies from timing and scoring, try to find a midfield candidate for our in-car camera.