For the first time in more than a year, I’m back using iMovie. Why? It was nothing that Splice (a GoPro product) did wrong. Just a desire to futz with the new stuff in iMovie.
I attached my GoPro camera to the front of my R/C truck and had some fun racing around during my lunch break at work. It was fun having a really fast snake’s eye view.
Easter, for our family, takes about two weeks to complete. Why? See below...
I had so many other videos planned, partially started, whatever. I just didn’t want to finish them just yet.
Today, I presented an instructional video I made to a Leadership Seminar held internally in my company.
Talk about waiting until the 11th hour to get my one and only video done. I wrapped this last night at about 10 p.m.
I know Elf on the Shelf freaks many people out, myself included. But Nathan really has taken to “Artie” the last two holiday seasons and, therefore, so have Katie and I.
A couple months ago, Katie was home with Nathan and he wanted to use my water bottle to test dissolving rates of vitamins. How could Katie say no to his inquisitive mind? Thankfully, she recorded it.
Oh. My. God. This is too much for me to handle right now.
A few months ago, I told you all about a video that Nathan made using my iPhone. I also promised I was going to edit it together a bit and post it for everyone. Well, here it is...
We looked out the back door earlier today and were shocked. There was snow falling. And not just like some small amount fluttering it’s way gently down to the ground.
It’s kinda becoming habit for me to start work on a video before the subject matter is done. As a result, I’ve been working on this video for a couple months now.
Today, we all went to the Museum of Science & Industry in Chicago. While normally we do our museum trip on his actual birthday, because Nathan is in school now, we thought it better to wait until the weekend.
I already had two videos very nearly ready for posting when, suddenly, I came up with an idea for a quickie video that I threw together in just a couple hours.
Nathan has a lot of fun with technology. Almost too much fun with it. As you know, he has started taking photos, wholly composed by himself. In addition to the few linked above, he has also taken a lot of toy photos on his iPad.
It’s been a week, I’ve let it all settle in, and now I feel ready to recap my return to the Pitchfork Music Festival (day 3). I guess I could’ve saved this for Tu(n)esday, but, I needed a post so, well...
Tonight was Nathan’s final night of tee ball. I figured I’d commemorate it with a video!
I’ll admit it, I really love Screen Recording in iOS. I’ve been chomping at the bit for this functionality for years because of how easy it would make it to demo things on my phone.
And, just like that, I’m caught back up on my monthly videos!
I tried two new things with this video. I’m pretty proud of the results. First, did you know you can record video right from the screen of your iPhone? Yep! And I did! Second, I also did voiceover narration of the video through iMovie.
For some strange reason, YouTube wouldn’t accept the title of this video. Just kept telling me it wouldn’t accept the data upload.
Hey, my video this month wasn’t entirely last second. I had a few days of buffer.
Hey, look at that! Not only is it not a post about home automation gone awry but it’s my first video of 2018... and it’s on time... and it’s not about home automation.
I wasn’t sure if I’d actually get this 12th and final video done before the New Year but here it is!
Nathan leveled up in his swim class yesterday! He is now in level 5 after only about 15 months of organized swim lessons and loves it insanely.
At some point, I will have to do homework or the like with Nathan in the morning before school.
Days like this are what make parenting and the holidays great. The Polar Express... for reals!!
Yay! Another video. I know it’s nothing much but it was fun to make and it allowed Nathan and I to have a little fun with a Demogorgon.
C’mon, YouTube and U-verse! You’re killin’ me! I know this video is just a hair over four minutes but it can’t really take that long.
It really sucks because I have three partial videos sitting in iMovie waiting to be completed. Just an editorial decision or two and then some finishing touches.
Wow. It has been a while since I cobbled together a video. I’ve shot a ton of footage but I just haven’t had the motivation to edit them.
A very quick video thrown together in about a half hour's time. I think I'll let it speak for itself.
Update: I remixed the audio so the spoken word is louder compared to the music.
It only took a handful of hours but my video finally posted to YouTube.
Check me out! I'm actually a couple days ahead of schedule for my March video.
As I said the other night, I just wasn't feeling the idea of doing a video with my PBR bull riding footage. Just wasn't jiving. So I'm not.