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Heavyd

Ok, did I get your attention?

Nothing that exciting, sorry!

Basically, this video is the culmination of a day's frustration in trying to upload a video from my compact camera.

Yesterday, I took some video's of some of my cherry varieties, thinking it would be a simple case of download to computer and upload to photobucket. I then watched the videos and realised that all I could hear was the tv in the background. So long story short, after dealing with incompatible formats, and having no idea what I was doing, here is my first attempt at editing a video and applying music to it.

Enjoy :D

http://youtu.be/SPsdCGJOWhQ

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ineke

It won't let me play it . It says its a private video

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Heavyd

Fixed it. Try again please.

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JPN07

Cool vid and really nice yellows you got there Heavyd.

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CNgo2006

Got a headache! Had to watch it mute!LOL!

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Squiggle
Got a headache! Had to watch it mute!LOL!

If it's too loud then your too old, lol :victorious:

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jrc693

i love the bn, have you ever had any problems with them and shrimp?

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ineke

Excellent HeavyD:encouragement:

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Heavyd
If it's too loud then your too old' date=' lol :victorious:[/quote']

Come on Chi, it makes the shrimp look like they're moshing!

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Heavyd
i love the bn' date=' have you ever had any problems with them and shrimp?[/quote']

No major problems at this size Justin. They push each other around a bit and the plan is to relocate them when they get larger.

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planted

nice vid and nice colour in them yellows, love the music too :p

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Matmatmat

Loved it! Was great to hear music in a video that didn't make me feel like I was in a elevator ;)

Nice yellows too :)

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durro68

Nice HeavyD

Some intense yellows there!

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Heavyd

I'm glad you all liked the music, except for Chi *points finger*

The yellow cherries are still my favourite cherry. They provide such an amazing contrast in the planted tank.

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wayne6442

Well done mate, Nice to see some of your collection.

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Squiggle
I'm glad you all liked the music' date=' except for Chi *points finger*

The yellow cherries are still my favourite cherry. They provide such an amazing contrast in the planted tank.[/quote']

I gotta agree, out of all my shrimp my yellows are my favourite :encouragement:

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ineke
I gotta agree' date=' out of all my shrimp my yellows are my favourite :encouragement:[/quote']

I like yellows too but my chocolates should have babies this week and they are very nice too especially while they are blue!

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Heavyd

Alright, I made another video yesterday inspired by Squiggle's doof doof shrimp video. Enjoy lol

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RQb6GFR3C8&feature=youtu.be

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ineke

Cool HeavyD:encouragement:

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ninja

What have you started Squiggles? That shoulda been in the comp?

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Heavyd

I already have an RO unit, so left the competition to those who needed it.

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Squiggle

Very cool dude, love the dancing shrimp :victorious:

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Garnelchen

Cool Videos but I agree with Chi...I had to mute the first one. :D

What are the shrimp eating in the second video? :confused:

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MrShrimp

I notice in the first video you had berried Darwin algae eater ( I think), what was your success rate on those shrimplets. I was told those shrimps needed brackish water to breed!

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2OFUS

Nice shrimp :)

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