I've been planning, having downloaded Windows Movie Maker. I'll probably edit this later to add information but I've learns loads of the most basic stuff - adding photos as well as clips, adding text, changing transitions,. adding music (which should be royalty free or whatever it's called and cropping (or do I mean snipping - whatever!).
What do you think?
I think it's very professional, well done. :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you - I've now done a fade in/fade out for the music. It all takes a fair old time though!Delete
Very well done, like Sue says- very professional, like a tourist ad for the mill -( you have oodles more patience than me for working stuff out.)ReplyDelete
I have driven backwards and forwards past here hundreds of times since 1992 and never stopped once!
Honestly, worth a visit, I think, Sue, especially if you are OK about climbing up ladders/steep steps (and back down again). It was very peaceful just watching the vanes going round and round in the wind.Delete
I wondered how far away from you I was. :-)
This is brilliant. Are you preferring video to photographs?ReplyDelete
Er - no, I don't think so. It's different. They're both fun. xxDelete
Great job on the video. Thanks for posting.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Maureen. xxDelete
Very well done.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Jackie. xxDelete
I'm very impressed, Joy! You have learned a lot.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Chris. The very basics were covered by an introductory video which I will need to watch again and again as it goes so fast. Helpful though. xxDelete
Wow, you clever lady. I'm going to have a look at that App/program and see what I can play with.ReplyDelete
:-) Your videos are good already so I look forward to seeing what you do. You can use Moviemaker free but it puts a 'watermark' on your video and I don't know how intrusive that would be. xxDelete