Thanks Chris. The video is only playing at 15 fps, which of course doesn't really leave any scope for slowing it down. I used Avidemux
to play around with it, but ended up leaving the frame rate alone.
15 fps seems to be the speed that the camera uses to record video in its "standard" mode, so when I record in the time lapse mode which I think was 1 fps, 15 fps is the speed that the camera plays it back at too.
What were you doing while your bike was leaning up against the railings at Loch Lomond ? Having a quiet pint to restore lost fluids ?
I only stopped for long enough to take the photo and stretch my legs otherwise I would have cooled down too much. You'll appreciate that shorts and long-sleeved T-shirt isn't suitable attire for sitting around outdoors in Scotland in September. OTOH I could have put my jacket back on (the pause in cycling at just over 1 minute into the video was when I stopped to remove my jacket and put it in my rucksack), but I would have had to stop again on the way home to take it back off.
I hope it was more than 1 pint, How are we going to make an Australian out of him if he cant drink lots of beer.
LOL, I actually gave up drinking excessive amounts of alcohol in my early 20s when I decided that the hangover the next day just wasn't worth getting drunk the night before, although up until then I had made a point of drinking as much as possible whenever the opportunity arose, which was usually weekends, holidays and parties. I also like to be in full control of all of my senses nowadays, most of the time anyway, which is another reason for not drinking much. So nowadays four beers at a time is about as much as I would drink, and even then that doesn't happen often.