|23 Jan 2013||#1|
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Creating Playable Music, Picture, Video Disks of Family Reunion.
I am in conversation with a Cousin a State away that has had a family reunion and has a lot of pictures and video that she has asked me if I could create playable disks for her and others in the family.
I have done this before for myself and others using Windows DVD maker (WDVDM), I have made disks of pictures plus music, but video will be a new ballgame.
One other item I thought of is; What if the video is too big to send through the emails.
I have gmail, I know I can do 10MB, and I have read where it might go as high as 25MB but I can not find anything definitive on that, and it is almost a gimme that the video files are bigger than 10, even 25MB.
I can not find anything on limits for her email service (gosps).
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|24 Jan 2013||#2|
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1. I would use the Windows Live Movie Maker (WLMM) for the job. You can mix movie clips and pictures, you can add music, you can lighten or darken your videos (pictures I would edit beforehand) You can add a header and trailer with your own text, you can add fancy animations between the clips and pictures. It is a very good tool.
2. One you saved your movie, it will definitely be more than you can attach to an email. But you can upload it to YouTube or Vimeo from where they can play it or download it (you can put a password on it). Just send the link. You can also put it in a .zip folder and upload it to e.g. Skydrive from where they can download it.
If you need more details, let me know.
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