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Thread: Yarmouth - Beccy's first video.

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    Default Yarmouth - Beccy's first video.

    Rebecca (my other half) recently got a dig camera and discovered moviemaker on her pc and made this.

    http://www.zaskarfilms.com/Films/YarmouthTrip.wmv

    I thought some of the pics were very good, for a girl...

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    Cool. Hard to read some of the titles but other than that farely good.
    Last edited by Onomoto; 05-23-2006 at 12:55 AM.

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    Smile Yarmouth looks a bit different...

    I love this, so simple itís magic.

    Are you teaching her, or is she teaching you? Iíd say you both share a talent and energy for pictorial storytelling. Looking round, I didnít notice all the restrictions & desolation amongst our fun-loving communities!

    I must get out more and do this sort of thing. Watching this, it feels like Iíve just been stimulated.

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    Nice piece, Beccy; you'll have to password your vegas, Mark . . .

    You'll have to make a trip up in the height of summer when it's seriously tacky . . . love it.

    PS: Not the usual kind of thing that leaves you feeling stimulated, Tone . .
    I try to make someone happy every day - but it may not be your turn today . . .

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    You see you're proud of her now, but wait till you want to use the PC and having to fight her for the camera charger.

    You'll be sorry.

    (BTW Nice vid Rebecca, I'm guessing Yarmouth tourist board won't be in touch anytime soon)

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    Thats So Yarmouth ( I live 12 miles away )

    Thats so good But its what Yarmouth is.
    Live from Norwich !

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    Beccy typing -

    thanks for the positive feedback. glad you think I captured a bit of yarmouth. i took the advice about the titles and have changed their colour and typeface. hopefully more from me soon (if I can blag the computer off mark!!)...

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    This looks more like a slide show rather than a video lol

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    The scenes are nice and well choreographed. I also like the soundtrack you picked - not sure why, but I do

    My advice would be to get yourself some of the panning effects that available free or for very small fees of the internet for Movie Maker if you want to continue with that program (which is amazingly competent for a free program!). The additions of some panning, zooming etc to your photos would eliminate the "slide show" comments!

    Very nice little work!

    Gary
    Last edited by Marc Peters; 05-26-2006 at 09:01 PM.

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    Thanks from B for the comments / hints. I think she is going to learn vegas as she is fired up to learn more. SHe had better not get more competant at editing than me is all I can say....

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