My 2nd video with VS Pro X2 - opinions?

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My 2nd video with VS Pro X2 - opinions?

Post by Nando »

This is the second video I have made using VS Pro X2; my 3rd altogether (the very first one was with MovieMaker).



It is an older video of an experimental machine I made several years ago, which was successfully used for some time - until a different method of handling the bio-hazard waste was developed. I had designed many more complex machines prior to this one, but whereas I had contractors build the others, I ended up actually machining some of the parts for this one myself, did the complete assembly on my own, and built the entire control system at home.

Towards the end, the video shows a much smaller machine that I am making for my O-Gauge trains. You may recall the yellow car than dumps pipes, from my first VS video? Well, this small machine will be used to move those pipes.



I welcome your comments.

Thanks!

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Post by Ron P. »

I'm surprised with almost 700 views of your post, and you know that they have had to view the videos, no replies.. :o

I think you done a fantastic job not only with the editing, but with shooting the video. Very well done!!

Thanks for sharing it :) :)
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