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This is my second Mac welcome video. Enjoy it!

http://jh.slugabed.org:8000/osx-video/

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Do you realize the file size is 921MB! Is it a full length movie?

Also, given your servers slow uplink, it will take me approximately 4 hours and 45 minutes to download.

I suggest you use some friendly service such as Vimeo or YouTube if you are serious about sharing your videos.

CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.

When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.
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Do you realize the file size is 921MB! Is it a full length movie?

Also, given your servers slow uplink, it will take me approximately 4 hours and 45 minutes to download.

I suggest you use some friendly service such as Vimeo or YouTube if you are serious about sharing your videos.
Yeah 921MB seemed a bit big for a 3-minute video....
That's how iMovie did it. Don't know why. Maybe my HD camcorder somehow put it in a setting and left it like that?
I got the camcorder yesterday and have no idea how to use it yet
I was going to get a cheap one, but at the last second I decided to go with a better one haha

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Well learn how to export the iMovie to something smaller. Maybe my iMovie Export Guide will be helpful.

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would be nice as they say, put it into YouTube, they got nice and fast servers =) or export it in different settings

in just to agree with everyone else, got some tips for you =)

A really good ide, but, I can't really see what it stands when the half invisible "Max OSX Leopard" is coming from the left to the right, just what I think

and, when taking screenshot, clean up your desktop =) and maybe in next movie, make some examples why it's easy to control, maybe compare to windows control panel etc

just some ide =)

nice work!

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