Friday, March 2, 2012

Finding the right song

24 comments:

  1. Well, I liked the tutorial a a lot, but mainly because your voice is so sweet and fun to listen to :)

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  2. So THAT'S how you come up with these great song/video combos. You are so clever!

    And yes, you always pick the best music ever for your movies. Love it!

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  3. Anne Boleyn3/2/12, 6:08 AM

    Loved this!

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  4. I haven't used Vimeo. Is it easier to use than the Windows movie maker? I've got to try the video mode on my Canon!

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  5. Cool! Thanks so much for sharing. You do such a great job with your website!!!

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  6. Ooh that was cool! More please and thank you!
    Patti

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  7. Wow! Thanks. I wasn't expecting to learn something this morning!

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  8. Thanks, Carson. I did learn something. Thanks for the lesson in music videos. I always like the music you choose anyway.
    Looking forward to a watermelon summer.
    Best always, Sandra

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  9. Cheryl Ann, I edit my videos with iMovie (I'm a Mac person), then upload them to Vimeo, which is like YouTube only way more civil.

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  10. Very cool tutorial! Thanks. :)

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  11. Thanks! And now I'm going to have to go find the Video to watch it again.

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  12. Thanks. I learned something new today, and it was fun hearing your voice.

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  13. How is Wynona doing?

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  14. When I saw that we have a video this morning, I made sure my speakers were on and expected to hear another great song to go along with my daily dose of animal antics. Thanks for the lesson! The music you choose is always just perfect for whatever adventure you're bringing us. I've bought songs from iTunes, but only when I've heard one on the radio that I want for my iPod. I've never done a search by topic on that site. I'll have to give it a try. That watermelon video is one of my favorites. It would be fun to watch without the music, but that song is just perfect. It makes me smile even more. Thanks again, not just for the tutorial, but for all the smiles you bring us each day. We can all use more smiles.

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  15. OMG!!!! That was GREAT!!! Thanks, for the tutorial. I can't wait to try my hand at it.

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  16. I still can't figure out how to transfer a movie from the Canon digital camera to the computer. It is a got-to-get to project. But, your tutorial was very interesting and easy to understand. Thanks!

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  17. Estella from Co.3/2/12, 10:33 AM

    Thank you for the information and always love your blog. Hugs...

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  18. Wow! That was very interesting! I can only aspire to be so creative, technologically speaking.

    Your voice was very much NOT what I expected. Wrong, wrong, wrong! Not tough and cowboy-ish. Well, you'll have to work on it, LOL!

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  19. thankyou so much...great post on 'how to do!. Have a great weekend !

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  20. I have been wondering how you found such great songs! I loved this tutorial and seeing Hank lovin' some watermelon. It was great to hear your voice, too. Loved this!

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  21. I enjoyed your tutorial b/c inquiring minds need to know:but I'll leave the high-tech stuff up to you.
    Mainly it was fun hearing your voice b/c we can now fully appreciate your post narrations even better now that we can add sound in our imagination!
    And you sound like I thought you would! Isn't that funny that we have a voice imagined for people we've only seen and a look imagined for people we've only heard?

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  22. PS: Wynnona's dental issues inspired me to get my cat's teeth cleaned. He's 9 so it was time.... he wasn't too thrilled with it but at least his breath was fresh when he hissed at me :)

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  23. i was NOT expecting to hear your voice, haha. Great tutorial. You crack me up.

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