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Old 10-20-2009, 06:35 PM   #1
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Is there anyway to post a short movie

I just replaced my tail/turn/brake lights by the new Bargman LED units.
I made a movie which shows the original incandescent light in one side and
the new Bargman upgrade in the other side.

The movie shows the difference in time and brightness of the old and new.
It makes a dramatic safety case for the LED upgrade IMHO.

Can anyone help me figure out a way to post this to the forums?

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Johnobuttons

PS Right now the movie is 11MB.
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Old 10-20-2009, 06:38 PM   #2
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I just replaced my tail/turn/brake lights by the new Bargman LED units.
I made a movie which shows the original incandescent light in one side and
the new Bargman upgrade in the other side.

The movie shows the difference in time and brightness of the old and new.
It makes a dramatic safety case for the LED upgrade IMHO.

Can anyone help me figure out a way to post this to the forums?

Thanks,
Johnobuttons

PS Right now the movie is 11MB.
Post it on youtube, and publish the link here on the forums.
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Old 10-20-2009, 06:52 PM   #3
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Exactly -- it has to be hosted somewhere else. The link will display a screenshot from the start of the video.

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Old 10-20-2009, 07:07 PM   #4
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Thanks - Great Idea, here's the link
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I like that.

Mine are all three lenses blinking in sequence. The center backup lens was replaced with a 3rd. stop light.

Now if I just knew how to video and post on Y tube.
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I like that.

Mine are all three lenses blinking in sequence. The center backup lens was replaced with a 3rd. stop light.

Now if I just knew how to video and post on Y tube.
If you have a digital camera (and who doesn't these days, with film processing costs through the roof?) it's usually just a matter of selecting "movie mode" (usually indicated by an icon of a movie camera on a tripod) and pushing the "shoot" button, same as you do to take a picture.

You push the same button to stop it. Download it just like you already do for still pictures.

Posting on Youtube is easy. First you join (free) and then be sure you know WHERE on your computer the movie is, and when told to, you navigate to it and bingo, yer a Movie Producer!

Heck, Windows Movie Maker (free, already on just about any computer with Win XP or better) will let you edit it and add a different sound track, if you want to take ten minutes to learn it.

In fact, WMM will accept three still images and let you make a movie with that! Image 1: far left light on, image 2, middle light, and so on...

G'wan, try it: you can't break anything!
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