T2056.01 Route des Grandes Alpes France - NOW AVAILABLE!!!!!

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T2056.01 Route des Grandes Alpes France - NOW AVAILABLE!!!!!

Post by Tacx Video Production » Fri Sep 14, 2012 2:58 pm

http://www.tacx.com/en/products/films/m ... pes-part-1

The other two parts are being tested

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Blu ray disks

Post by nickcw » Wed Sep 19, 2012 2:03 pm

Hi, as i dont have a blue ray disk on my Tacx PC....but i do on my laptop, can I buy the disk....copy it to an external drive, and then copy it to my Tacx PC hard drive and run from there?

PS....any news on the Whitney and Yosemite release dates?

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Post by kasters » Wed Sep 19, 2012 2:31 pm

The answer is Yes :)

It is just a medium on where the large 29Gb avi file is copied on. so if you copy over the 30Gb of data to an USB or other network drive than you are good to go :)
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Post by nieva » Wed Nov 28, 2012 11:05 pm

Looks like second part is available to order from Tacx website.

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Post by kasters » Wed Nov 28, 2012 11:15 pm

Thanks, you are right, but only when you are on te onlinewebshop, not on the normal website.

i just purchased it, so expect to have it in two days :wink:
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Post by nieva » Wed Nov 28, 2012 11:17 pm

Just ordered 1st part, hope it will run nice and smoothly on my PC :P

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Post by TERMINATOR » Thu Feb 14, 2013 4:51 pm

nieva wrote:Just ordered 1st part, hope it will run nice and smoothly on my PC :P
je viens juste de la recevoir je n arrive pas a la lire sur mon dvd que faire :oops: :oops: y a t il un autre moyen de pouvoir l enregistrer sur mon ordi je compte faire le triatlon d Embrun
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Re: T2056.01 Route des Grandes Alpes France - NOW AVAILABLE!

Post by sgarnier » Thu Feb 14, 2013 5:41 pm

Attention c'est un Blu-Ray. Faut le lecteur adéquate.

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Re: T2056.01 Route des Grandes Alpes France - NOW AVAILABLE!

Post by TERMINATOR » Thu Feb 14, 2013 7:01 pm

sgarnier wrote:Attention c'est un Blu-Ray. Faut le lecteur adéquate.
Salut je pense avoir passe commande sans réfléchir connais tu une façon de faire pour pouvoir en profite
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Re: T2056.01 Route des Grandes Alpes France - NOW AVAILABLE!

Post by BobBreton » Sat Feb 16, 2013 2:59 am

Quick question about the Route des grandes alpes series (vol 1,2 ,3 and this one (France))

Does the new Bluray RLVs work with TTS 3.12/3.13 or do I absolutely need to upgrate to TTS 4 to use em?

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Re: T2056.01 Route des Grandes Alpes France - NOW AVAILABLE!

Post by sgarnier » Sat Feb 16, 2013 8:35 am

It works with TTS3.12 & 3.13.
I have them.

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Re: T2056.01 Route des Grandes Alpes France - NOW AVAILABLE!

Post by viner_james » Wed Oct 16, 2013 4:01 pm

Which one is best - I, II or III?

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Post by Tacx Video Production » Wed Oct 16, 2013 4:18 pm

viner_james wrote:Which one is best - I, II or III?
They all look identical quality wise, all used the same camera & bitrate even though it took 2 years to get the whole thing filmed. Best get part I or you will end up getting part I anyway at some point & do them in the wrong order. Part 1 has the Isoard at the end which I think is one of the best Cols we ever filmed & it starts with a really awesome Valley climb with deep red rocks.

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Post by viner_james » Wed Oct 16, 2013 4:26 pm

One it is then :)

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Post by dougleybourne » Wed Oct 16, 2013 10:31 pm

viner_james wrote:One it is then :)

You will love it, and you will immediately want to buy 2 and 3. Enjoy, I did and do.

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Re: T2056.01 Route des Grandes Alpes France - NOW AVAILABLE!

Post by pieter@evalex.com » Sat Dec 20, 2014 1:04 pm

I have just bought and downloaded part 2. In riding it, and with my other video's notably doing the TT col du galibier, there is a disconnect between the video speed and the elevation profile and distance travelled. When get to top of Galibier, in video, still 1,5 kilo to go then video continue downhill but brake still applies about 10% gradient. What could the reason be?

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Post by malfukt » Sat Dec 20, 2014 1:11 pm

pieter@evalex.com wrote:I have just bought and downloaded part 2. In riding it, and with my other video's notably doing the TT col du galibier, there is a disconnect between the video speed and the elevation profile and distance travelled. When get to top of Galibier, in video, still 1,5 kilo to go then video continue downhill but brake still applies about 10% gradient. What could the reason be?

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Re: T2056.01 Route des Grandes Alpes France - NOW AVAILABLE!

Post by Tacx Video Production » Sat Dec 20, 2014 1:11 pm

pieter@evalex.com wrote:I have just bought and downloaded part 2. In riding it, and with my other video's notably doing the TT col du galibier, there is a disconnect between the video speed and the elevation profile and distance travelled. When get to top of Galibier, in video, still 1,5 kilo to go then video continue downhill but brake still applies about 10% gradient. What could the reason be?
Its a bug with the default video player in TTS, there are two players to choose from in the video settings inside TTS switch to video player 1 (this is the old original one) this will also be smoother & display better quality video. But you will lose the overlay feature with the avatars if your using this.

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Re: T2056.01 Route des Grandes Alpes France - NOW AVAILABLE!

Post by pieter@evalex.com » Sun Dec 21, 2014 10:39 am

Thanks for the advice to switch to a different video player. I will try that and update the post with my results.

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Post by Tacx Video Production » Sun Dec 21, 2014 6:11 pm

pieter@evalex.com wrote:Thanks for the advice to switch to a different video player. I will try that and update the post with my results.
Im 99.9% sure it fix the issue

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