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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote The Huntington has several gardens, the Desert Garden, the Japanese Garden, the Rose Garden, the Children Garden, and more. The Japanese Garden was used to f… Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  • exoticfruitylicious 5 years ago

    thank you. i tried my best in capturing the beauty of the gardens with
    limited equipments. 🙂 someone told me that i need to get mpeg 4 in order
    for the quality to be nice but i don’t know where to get that.

  • exoticfruitylicious 5 years ago

    i wish i can go there once a month. it takes me more than an hour to get
    there. it is a lovely place. you should check out the lotus land garden. i
    haven’t been there yet but i heard that it is awesome place too.

  • Deadlytrick 5 years ago

    I go there once a month, it’s so nice; especially if you go on days when
    there is like NO ONE on the grounds. Plus this year, they’re opening new
    gardens and renovating his mansion, so by the end of the year it will look

  • exoticfruitylicious 5 years ago

    oh, i see! that’s too bad! thanks for the info. why doesn’t youtube update
    that instead of updating other things on their website? since they have so
    many people view their website, users and viewing people would like it more.

  • exoticfruitylicious 5 years ago

    thank you for that information. you have done your homework on youtube and
    about video clarity! cool!

  • knowallcity 5 years ago

    Utubes excuses might have made sense when it began.Now its a billion dollar
    company and the terrible resolution is caused by a combination of no
    competition and to cover their behinds if true digtial quality material was
    uploaded..then they would be like Napster. That’s what I have concluded as
    I watch 2008/9 videos with the clarity of those 1949 TV’s with 4″ screens!
    But, thanks for the garden films….

  • Jorge Uoxinton 5 years ago

    I doubt that better sofware will improve the quality. I supose the
    definition is limited by the YouTube service, not our equipment. I see the
    same problem with my videos; the published quality is quite inferior
    compared with the original. I guess it is a problem of memory resources!

  • exoticfruitylicious 5 years ago

    yes, it would be nice.

  • Bluebirdsims 5 years ago

    I watch soap operas and would love to see this used for a location sequence
    on The Young and the Restless.

  • Jorge Uoxinton 5 years ago

    very nicely done… congratulations

  • exoticfruitylicious 5 years ago

    thank you for the info. i will definitely go there. i love flowers and
    beautiful gardens.

  • Carolyn Jorgensen 5 years ago

    It is called the huntington library. I pack a picnic (you can’t eat on the
    grounds, but they have a cafe area) and we spend the whole day there
    looking at everything. They have a couple of buildings filled with art
    also, and a library with rare books on display, like a Guttenburg Bible.
    Dress prettily and bring a camera.

  • Jorge Uoxinton 5 years ago

    heres’ the scoop: MPEG-4 is designed to deliver DVD-quality video (MPEG-2)
    at lower data rates and smaller file sizes. It proves much more efficient
    compression than MP3 with a quality rivaling that of uncompressed CD audio.
    The trick is it is a proprietary sofware, and is not easily playable
    everywhere. But it is defitely worth looking into. See for instance a video
    in Youtube “Mile Regrets memling”; quality is awsome!

  • exoticfruitylicious 5 years ago

    thank you.

  • Jorge Uoxinton 5 years ago

    very nice job; you got several of the highlights; pitty the YouTube
    transmission quality is not as good as the original work!

  • joy4amos 5 years ago

    So beautiful ( where is Huntington Gardens located?) thank you for posting