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My No Camera Video

Published on 4/8/2015
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Hey at 76 years old I guess I am an old timer, but I got a special kick out of a project I did this afternoon that I would like to share with you. I have a free account on another business social network that has a Daily Mission, where we get a few points for completing it each day. Today it was to post a favorite video.

Well I didn't have one I thought would work for ME, so I set out to make one and I wanted to use Windows Movie Maker so anyone who wanted to could do the same thing. In other words, I wanted it to be an example of how cheap and simple you could produce your own video and load it up on YouTube.

Here it is:

You may notice the video in the background is an old timer (public domain) so I didn't need to pay anything for it or have my own camera.

I am running an old dual core Pentium computer with 4Gb of ram and nothing special, so no fancy hardware was required. The software I used was Windows Movie Maker that came free with my Windows XP. There are a ton of free tutorials on YouTube to learn how to use any of these Movie Makers, after all they want you to make videos for them so they get more traffic and collect more from advertising.

It made for a very entertaining afternoon and I may do some more from public domain videos, now that I have the idea. YouTube helped, when they detected my video was shaky and offered to stabilize it, so I let them. It ended up shakier than when they started, but I thought it added to the effect, so I left it that way.

Computers Are a Kick!

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