Saturday, January 19, 2008

Video



My daughter has just been showing me how to put a video from youtube on my blog.This is just a random one but I'm hoping to do more with youtube with more practice

7 comments:

Nessa said...

That looked like loads of fun and you did a good job on your video.

elysabeth said...

I'm afraid you had me confused with nessa who left the comment about your video but thanks for stopping my blog and viewing it and leaving a comment. I do like Nessa's butterfly though - lol - funny how things come around - E :)

elysabeth said...

Hey Angie,

Thanks again for stopping by. I had originally intended my blog to be about my writing and related stuff - virtual book tours but it seems to have taken on a life of its own as family and other stuff.

I do enjoy cross stitching and admit I've not done much of late but I need to finish this sweatshirt for my adopted daughter (was supposed to be her Christmas present but I've fallen way behind - I need to do it today so that she can have it tomorrow) but other than a few small things here and there - I don't have much time to get cross stitching in any more - what with my writing, and now my 50-story/5-year deal means I'll be super busy with my writing - oh well - again - thanks for visiting me - come back again - and hopefully I'll have some updates - E :)

Nessa said...

Hi Angie:

Making your own videos are actually very easy. I make video slide shows and since my camera also takes video I do those too. And you don't need to use YouTube any more to post them on Blogger.

Do you have Microsoft Movie Maker? It should be free on your computer if you have other Microsoft products and it's easy to use. If you are interested, I could give you the steps I use.

Gledwood said...

do you know I didn't know how to put up a vid for months... and as you may have noticed only just learned how to illustrate my posts with photos AT THE START OF THIS YEAR!! That's after over a year online!!! seriously!!

Gledwood said...

ps I replied to your comment at my blog re your fish/frogs etc under your fishy post so have a look there I'm prob the 10th comment down on that one...

Zulo said...

Thanks a lot Angie for posting in my blog. I visited Liverpool last May and as I came from Chester by train, I crossed (beneath) The Wirral. I didn't know that was the name of the penninsula, I do now.
Greetings to Spain from a Basque native but brand new Mexican.

Pablo.