Originally Posted by Coach13
That would be great. I never turn down help or money.
Coach, here ya go!
It turns out I had lost all my captured skiing video, so I had to recapture it. In the process I downloaded the V1 video analysis software. I highly recomment it, and it's free!http://www.v1sports.com/Academy/ALL/
The only issue I had/have with it, is that it doesn't provide for a low res capture. My 1 minute file was something on the order of 200MB. So I used my movie making SW (Pinnacle Studio 8) to do the low res capture and I put it up on Putfile.
Here are the specifics of the video:
This is on Bold Decision at Whitetail in southern PA.
The video was shot 5 years ago (deosn't seem that long ago)
My wife hasn't had much practice videoing skiers, so it's kind of shakey
The run is a moderately steep (they call it a double black, but it would be a somewhat steep blue or easy black at a large western resort) bump run that flattens out at the bottom. The light is pretty flat, so it's hard to see the bumps.
The bumps are fairly good size on the steeper section, then small in the bottom flat section. The bumps were very irregular with no defined lines, much less a zipper line that lasted more than 2-3 bumps.
There is a pretty drastic double fall line that fall off to the skier's right.
Conditions are somewhat warm, late season, with about 6" of new snow earlier in the day that had been skied out quite a bit on a weekend day and turned pretty heavy.
Since this is from 5 years ago, the skis are longer. They are 186cm Dynastar Ski Cross 66 (Became the SC 10 the following year)
In viewing this, you'll see my skis get pushed around by the sloppy conditions a fair amount. In some cases banging together, and in other cases running apart. Other than that, I see this as okay skiing. Nothing spectacular, but not bad. It was just a fun run. I changed lines a few times, once to get around the guy in yellow, and other times just to look for better bumps.
Okay, enough.... here it is. Feel free to say what you want. I don't take criticism well, but I don't have a choice, do I? http://media.putfile.com/jmh-bump1