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[RC] movement videos - rides2far

I'll try at some point to get more professional versions of videos
like this made. Maybe somebody out there has a recommendation on where we
might look to find somebody to >>>>
perform more detailed analysis? Karen


You can see an awful lot with a digital video camera and a Mac computer.
Just download your video into imovie and you can move it frame by frame
and stop at any time to make a still shot out of it. I do a ton of stuff
with that. I let my farrier watch my horse move frame by frame that way
so he can see how the flight pattern affects him.

My old farrier (retired) told me that at Univ. of TN ...or was it KY??
that they had a pressure pad on treadmill where they could see how the
horse's weight hit when looking at a screen.

Angie











Angie McGhee
http://www.lightersideofendurance.com


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