Video: Homeschool Student

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Video: Homeschool Student

Post by wontonpe »

Here is one from me, this was one section of a 7 student video I did for our homeschool group.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... 2731&hl=en

Low resolution of course. Sr. photos are from Aubin Photography, a friend of mine. All other photos belong to Josh's parents. Some were in pretty bad shape. Parents seem not to care about bad or out of focus photos, when they are of a memorable occasion, I do the best I can.

I used different color of the background for each student & of course their personal info at the beginning and end changes, along with the music. I offered this as a package deal to the "graduating class". I sold a bunch of additional copies of the final project to parents and grandparents.

Hope you enjoy it.

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Post by Ron P. »

Bravo Patti :)

Very nice slideshow. There is one thing that in my opinion that could be a little different. The second "heavy metal" song, and the slow movement of the slides. The fast paced music seemed unbalanced for the visual. You might try using some short, quick, fast appearing slides, to better match the music, or vice-versa, use a slower song.

Your effects were nicely done (wind on the cycle riders), your lower thirds, and especially the usage of animated backgrounds. All in all a very nice slideshow.. Thank you for sharing it..:)
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Unfortunately I received the following screen:
"We're sorry, but the provider of this video has not authorized Google to display this video in your location. "
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sjj1805 wrote:Unfortunately I received the following screen:
"We're sorry, but the provider of this video has not authorized Google to display this video in your location. "
I get the message, too.

Maybe you can try YouTuBe, which I tried well.

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If its less than 500MB you can also share it on FileWind
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Post by MrA »

I was able to view it, and am very impressed. What struct me was the unique use of the "video wash" as the background between the moving paths of the stills.. However, the music transitions ... It's not hard set in stone, and, actually, if that's what you want, by all means do it, but, I just prefer a "video break" in between music transitions, i.e, the music is changing, let the viewer know that.. Go fade to black, leave a little music to end it in black, and start new music in the black and fade the video in (stills, video, etc)... But again, not hard set in stone, and by all means, be creative.. Just that I think it's a "safe" way to transition..