Video: Time Line of Trains

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Video: Time Line of Trains

Post by railroadguy »

Images were scanned years ago, I should have rescanned them for this, but was more interested in working with new software :-D

Produced in Videostudio 10 Plus
Saved as an MP4
Converted to Flash with Snosh
File size of MP4 37 Mb at 29 fps
File size of Flash 12.5Mb at 15 fps

Nothing more then a bunch of images put together with fades and titled with music. First real project with Videostudio since I downloaded the trial last week. The DVD version is fantastic but weights in at over 450Mb. This Web version, well, what can I say, it a Web version.

http://ribbonrail.com/Videos/

Now, on to real video!
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Post by sjj1805 »

Thanks for sharing the slideshow. Nice to see all those trains, lots of character - they don't seem to make them like that any more (At least not here in the U.K.)
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Post by railroadguy »

Thanks for the comment. You guys have always had "funny looking" trains over there :lol:

Enjoyed your Telford video also.
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Post by Ron P. »

Nice slideshow, alot of good ol' engines. However I didn't see any snaps of the real old, Santa Fe Super Chief. My uncle was a conductor on the Super Chief for years. I remember as a small child, while at grandma's, who lived real close to the rails, we would get to run up near the tracks, when my uncle would be coming through. He would be standing in a door, waiting, and wave as he went by.. Thanks for the memories...:)
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Post by Wilde Racing »

I enjoyed it also, and GREAT music choice!!!
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Post by VikingAnimations »

Pretty neat, Dan! Good tune for that, too...