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David Tames

Nice job on the video!

Beth

David,

Thanks for discussion and sharing your knowledge! I felt a little like I was making lemonade because I wasn't thinking about how I was going edit it all together while in the moment taking notes and capturing video/photos. As a result, I had to hunt down other's still photos - and I didn't have actual video of a quote of the all the key points. Ah, next time.

In the next few months, I'm venturing forth with a few more goals - definitely the seperate audio - and now that you've pointed me to a great, but cheap mic, what is the best, but cheap audio recorder? I looked up the one you had and it is a little beyond what I could afford.

Then, of course, editing software. I'm stuck on PC until my laptop falls apart - then onto MAC and FCP. So, probably will try to focus on ways to hack MovieMaker. One thing I really want to figure out is why I get those weird hisses and burps between some cuts. I have not really explored the transitions built into the program, except for the fade in this one.

So much to learn!

Thanks again.

JohnC

That was great, wish I stuck around for the whole meeting, but watching your informative and well produced video was almost as good.

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