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jmac

This is so sweet of you! :) Your beautiful description of this video made me smile literally! There is no greater compliment than to have a friend understand the poem, or in this case, maybe the cinema song?:) Thank you so much, Thom!

Thom

You're welcome, J. Thank you for sharing your magical new video. Did you approach the project with the images already in hand or did you start with a concept?

jmac

Hey! I knew that I wanted to work with superimposed imagery, but it all came together in Final Cut Pro. Make it work! :)

I had such a hard time with compression for YouTube, so this version is somewhat lo-res. Do you know anything about that?

Thanks again!

Thom

Sorry, I can't help with YouTube. Of course, the more compressed a file is the worse the quality will be. There must be a happy medium for your needs though. Or if you have enough server space you could set up a reference Quicktime movie and deliver better quality to faster connections through your own site instead of using YouTube, I suppose.

jmac

Hmmm, I do have extra space on Typepad, but I don't really know what a reference movie is! :) I'll check it out online!

Thom

These links might get you started, J. I'm not sure if these are the right options for your needs, but they're worth a look:

http://www.apple.com/quicktime/pro/tutorials.html
http://www.apple.com/quicktime/tutorials/refmovies.html
http://developer.apple.com/quicktime/quicktimeintro/tools/

jmac

Thanks again, Thom! I really appreciate your techie expertise! :)

jmac

Hello again! Just a quick note, that I found this awesome online resource, blip.tv, & I was able to post an awesome quicktime file:

faces in the flowers

So much better! Have a happy July 4th, T!!!

Thom

Whoa. It's like a whole other animal now. Great work, J. Happy Independence Day to you too :)

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