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Old 12-05-2011, 02:34 AM   #1
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Thought you guys would like to see my first real video of mine. It is really clunky to me.. but I have spent the last little bit getting the software somewhat down (enough to put it together ) and all that is involved with doing that.

What you think?

-Nathan

btw watch it in 1080p
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Old 12-05-2011, 06:37 AM   #2
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You guys move fast!
Music is a little dark, but you did a good job!
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I was about to grab a bag of popcorn and then it was over. I was so bummed. Seriously, that was cool
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I liked it. I'm like Para, I was really gettin into it.
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LOL the climax was actually the check

I am loving the cameras and new gadgets that are helping me document my jobs

Thanks for watching guys. There was actually a lot of priming that went into this, could do a full video on just that. Notice me wearing my whites to paint Thanks Armed Work Wear
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Nice vid!
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Good job, N8, looks great.



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You do that on your new Mac in Imovie? How are you liking it?
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Wow, nice job! I'll do window and door trim or a rotten piece of fascia, but I usually call a carpenter for anything that extensive. My hat's off to you
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Nice job Nate! Probably can find you a couple hundred more of those jobs here in Omaha. Man I hate that siding with a passion....
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Very cool Nate!
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You do that on your new Mac in Imovie? How are you liking it?
Loving the Mac. I have both running at the same time, the whole NTFS file system read/write problem is just that.. I cannot start everything over on my "pc" so that they can be the same. Somewhere I will draw the line and switch over fully. (Macs don't write to NTFS, they can read it, but cannot write it.. Fat32 or Unix only.. there has been a suggestion for Exfat.. but again I have to switch everything over, I am setting at around 500gigs of graphics, pics, and movies.. that isn't happening any time soon. Also I have CS5 for pc, and don't have the cash to get it for Mac.. so there are reasons to run both)

But Yes Chris, it is with the iMovie11

I am going more the way of restoration work. I will paint what I rebuild, but I think my days as "a painter" are over. I will probably get a full paint here and there, but I am moving away from that solely. If I had a nickle for ever time I have heard "you are double what the other guy was" and I am not even counting loading up, and unloading.. among a few other things.. just not were the money or skill set is anymore.
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Nate Sweet Video we do a ton of wood rot, love the stuff. Around here a lot of houses are built with masonite (compressed cardboard) we do whole sides all the time, using hardi plank
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I am going more the way of restoration work. I will paint what I rebuild, but I think my days as "a painter" are over. I will probably get a full paint here and there, but I am moving away from that solely. If I had a nickle for ever time I have heard "you are double what the other guy was" and I am not even counting loading up, and unloading.. among a few other things.. just not were the money or skill set is anymore.
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very very awesome.


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Very nice job on the video. Those types of rebuild jobs are right up my alley.
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I have so much to do.. I swear I need more time to get everything done that I need to. I have so much content that needs to go into marketing form.. oh well all in time I guess. Thanks for the compliments and Dunbar, that is an original tune that Apple payed some famous British symphony to play.. seriously.. so not sure.
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