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    Another Mac Welcome Video
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    Another Mac Welcome Video
    Hey,
    This is my second Mac welcome video. Enjoy it!

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

    ~MBM
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    Another Mac Welcome 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.

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    Another Mac Welcome Video
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    Quote Originally Posted by xstep View Post
    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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    Another Mac Welcome Video
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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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    Another Mac Welcome Video
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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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    A hole lot more then in a PC

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