Video: The Gurston Trailer

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Video: The Gurston Trailer

Post by brayspeed »

http://www.brayspeed.co.uk/assets/The%2 ... railer.wmv

ulead works well for me but i must admit i could do with some better ie: pro effects

Tony
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Post by heinz-oz »

It could do with a smaller file size perhaps too. I'm on a pretty fast cable broadband connection but gave up after a few minutes waiting for it to load and play. :roll:
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You've just reminded me why I won't buy my wife a car to go shopping
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Post by VikingAnimations »

Pretty cool, Tony! :D

Heinz, you need faster broadband! Or more patience... :wink: Slurped it up in less than 2 minutes from here...
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Post by Ron P. »

Great video :)

I didn't know there was such a competition as Hillclimb. Does anyone make it past that nasty curve? :)

Steve I thought I saw your wife driving ;)
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