Posted 25 May 2019 - 10:37 AM
Posted 25 May 2019 - 10:47 AM
Kayo also overtook me, so i was content to finish (goal) after he crashed i got lazy and with 2 to go, i went up some embankment, i thought i saw some nude picnic going on...but the car flipped and i used my 'free' sh-R :*(
lost one spot to Baldassarri... and came home -p10
congrats to Francois!
and all finishers - special 'well done' to Don Dodge a well deserved checker
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Posted 25 May 2019 - 11:00 AM
Posted 25 May 2019 - 12:44 PM
I thought i was doing well.. i was able to pass 2 drivers.. untill a small error took away my left front wheel.. i tried to limb back to the pits.. but that was impossible.. so i had to seize my race...
also... what hell OBS???? For some reason it didn't record the sound of the game....
I might be able to salvage it, by recording the replay and use the sound from that and join it with the live recording...
Posted 25 May 2019 - 01:55 PM
Posted 25 May 2019 - 02:43 PM
Congrats Francois, dominating from the start. Very well done! Also congrats to the rest of the podium.
Still in the lead, but I am very much aware that it takes only one or two screwups in the second half of the season. Looking forward to some great races again starting in august. Catch you later!
Edited by Tames, 26 May 2019 - 02:31 AM.
Posted 25 May 2019 - 03:17 PM
From the free tests of this morning it was clear that François was going to be intractable, and except for some accident it was going to be very difficult to fight him the first position.
In the classification I had the first distraction: the plan was to give a relatively calm lap to make sure to leave between the first 4 places and a lap with the pedal to the floor of the car, to everything or nothing. But seeing the pitboard that marked me 1st after my first lap (I knew François was ahead on the road) made me see it back, I lost my braking point in Norkehere and finished my classification. I went out later when there were 5 minutes left with the tanks full and the time I did gave me great hopes for the race, if not distracted me ...
At the start, the second distraction left me in neutral when the flag fell and I stood and the engine spinning at 10,000,000 rpm, I was passed by Daniel and Mick. I was 4th, then in the 1st lap Mick spun in Karusell and passed to the 3rd position in pursuit of Daniel, but without passing the engine of 10,000 rpm, because I was afraid I had been resented by my mistake at the start. He escaped me at a rate of 1 or 2 seconds per lap, in Nurburg just a few thousandths of a second, but he was very consistent. In the 5th lap I do my 3rd distraction, and by far the most dangerous: I stepped lightly ground the grass in the fast descent of Schwedenkreuz, I only managed to provoke a complete spin to try to slow down the speed and then the blow was less brutal. With my heart in my throat, I resumed my march and completed that lap with many precautions, especially in the fast sectors, but after taking the curve under the bridge of Antoniusbuche as always I followed the last 2 laps as fast as I could, but Daniel was very far away and did not make mistakes. The last distraction was in the final lap in Pflanzgarten II, where after landing more scattered than usual I gently hit the rail of that curve. From then on I just wanted to get there with the car in one piece.
Congratulations to François and Daniel, and to all those who finished the race, and why not to those who were encouraged to start it.
Posted 25 May 2019 - 03:42 PM
Anyway it was a lot of fun and I am very happy for Francois. Well done! Also congrats to the podium of course and all who made it through this tour de force. I am a bit disappointed because my car was heavily damaged and I am not sure why? There was a mess at the start and I backed up and than I was hit hard in the back so for the rest of the race my neck hurt a little bit. Maybe that was the reason? Anyway even if I had a heavy damaged car I could drive my PB in the last lap. GPL is full of surprises
Have a nice summer and I am looking forward to the next races. Thank you for giving me such a great time of joy and excitement!
Posted 26 May 2019 - 12:21 AM
During qualification , I was a bit nervous ( as usual) and I understood after that I could do a 4th lap . So I watched Claudio during his last lap , smoking a cigarette in only four puffs !!
My best start this season , I kept my lane , I hearded someone beside me on the left . T1 on the outside line and first to enter T2 .
Runnin the race at a very cautious rythm , rpm's at noon no more ( I broke 3 engines in free trials) , pit board told me " Dany -5 , -8 , -10 , -12" .
2 alerts : Bottom touch at Brünnchen with an erratic steering and a half Karrussel on the external line . And the last lap very slow .
I congrats all of you and I hope to see you at the Targa .
unpublished Gr.C and GTP 80's videos with pure sound !
Posted 26 May 2019 - 12:59 AM
This is my last warning to you, mon ami. Pretend you have trouble beating me or move forward and be damned.
Posted 26 May 2019 - 02:36 AM
My teamboss has a different opinion for some strange reason...
Posted 26 May 2019 - 02:56 AM
I actually got a good start and overtook two cars, but within a couple of laps a silly spin put me back into P7, and there I remained.
Posted 26 May 2019 - 03:52 AM
Congratulations to Francois for having got this Master Degree at the Driving University, namely the "Green Hell"
Posted 26 May 2019 - 08:02 AM
And i can't get the sound to synchronise...
Edited by MK3424, 26 May 2019 - 08:04 AM.
Posted 26 May 2019 - 10:44 AM
Using frame by frame referencing and clipping (start flag raising is a single frame and shifting is also a single frame) i was able to clip the video fragments.
And then i had to export the sound and then import into audacity, edit the duration speed as close as possible and then import it back into kdenlive.
And now i'm rendering the 'raw footage' and then edit that down for the final cut.
I'll post the video link when it's up!
Posted 26 May 2019 - 03:06 PM
Thanks! You have no idea how many tries it took to get it as good as it is now...
cutting the raw footage from both videos to match the sound frame by frame.. and then having to edit the speed of the soundtrack in audacity, bacause the replay video ran faster than the live recording...