Scarlet honeyeaters at the ANBG Canberra - film

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Subject: Scarlet honeyeaters at the ANBG Canberra - film
From: David Rees <>
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 2017 02:18:09 +0000
Film of the spectacular males feeding and 'carrying on' taken recently in the ANBG. Not the easiest of targets.

As a reminder, some technical video stuff  to improve playing quality for those interested.

Vimeo will automatically select a playing quality depending on your device and internet connection at the time. Youtube is similar.  All my recent stuff is uploaded as 1080p (full high def) and, at that quality, can look better than regular TV when played full screen on a computer or internet enabled TV or via a 'Google Chromecast', 'Apple TV', 'Telstra TV' or similar to a regular television if your internet is up to it.

The controls to adjust play quality are on the bottom right corner of the Vimeo video screen. They will show when you run your cursor over the video play screen.  It is worth experimenting to get best viewing results. The cog like thing will change the video play quality,  the rectangular thing to the right will change it to full screen. 

Full screen is best at 1080p or 720p at a push, depending on your internet connection.  Given that apparently Australia now has slower average internet speeds than Kenya this can be an issue. Allowing the file to 'buffer' ( i.e. press play then pause immediately and wait a bit to play in full) can help if things are a bit slow.



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