Share Examples of Your Work With Us In This Forum

Post a link to your videos and photographs created with Corel (former Intervideo-Ulead) Products and get feedback from others.

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Share Examples of Your Work With Us In This Forum

Post by Ron P. »

The Web Board is primarily setup for problem solving, however with most Web Boards, there are Lounges or Forums for General discussions, as well as forums to post examples.

This thread is to be used for posting examples of your work, and should have included one of Ulead's programs, such as VideoStudio, or MSP. First must I remind you that this is a Family type forum, so absolutely NO obscene, nudity, or offensive posts. Any such postings will be deleted.

The posts can be of examples that you just want to share, or examples of work that you would like critiqued. I would ask that anyone critiquing, include ways to help, not just saying detrimental things about the posts. A positive critique would be something like, "I think the video is too dark, so I would try to use a Brighten filter, or maybe adjust the contrast to brighten it up..." Do not post critique similar to "That's a bad video, that looks terrible..." You get the drift. Those posts will be deleted.

The examples of course will need to be hosted on your servers, or anyone of the free hosting services provided on the internet. I would ask that the video sizes be No Larger then 320 x 240 or whatever NTSC/PAL supports in that range, and reasonable sizes in Megabytes. Remember that these will need to be either downloaded or streaming for the members to view. IF hosting yourself keep in mind Bandwidth issues. 500 people viewing one of your video clips can push bandwidth up in seconds. Instructions on how to post links to your videos can be found in the BBL Code instructions,

I am looking forward to some of the great talent...
Ron Petersen, Web Board Administrator