The videos of Child Three’s all-star game are up.
This took a bit longer than I planned, as I experimented with video formats and sizes. I’m not 100% pleased with the result, but I’ll follow the “80% is good enough” principle on this one and call it done.
I had a little panic attack Monday when halfway through the editing process iMovie refused to accept clips from the camera. There was space on the drive I was using, but I transferred some large files off to make more room. That didn’t help, so I tried to move them back and got a Mac OS X error message, error -36. A panicky half hour of research later, I opened up Disk Utility and repaired some errors in the directory. That was the problem, and it was smooth sailing – and editing – from that point on.
First period (Child Three rides the bench for this one):
If you want higher resolution versions of this, ask me for a DVD. It looks much better. Why do I use Google Video instead of YouTube? Because YouTube restricts uploads to videos up to ten minutes long and the hockey periods run longer than that.
Two great tastes that taste great together: