A site I sell through is having a contest to make an ad for them, so I
put together a little video for it. Unlike Norm though I had to do
everything myself, which meant a lot of setting up of tripods and
lighting for 30 seconds of action.
It was an excuse to get a new camera that can record in HD, and I have
to say while for the most part I don't care too much about HD it
really makes a huge difference for something like this. Usually you
can't tell all that much about the quality of the work, even if they
go in for a tight shot, in standard definition, but in my source
material it's like the real thing is right in front of you. The cable
companies compress it to hell so it's not all that much better, but I
do see some potential there for much better instructional videos.
Anyhow, here is a low res version of the video on the contest site,
which I appreciate you going to see as the number of views I get helps
me get into the next round. But first, let's take a moment to talk
about shop safety. Be sure to read, understand, and follow all the...
And here is a higher resolution version, and you can download the full
720P version through a link on the bottom right if you're so inclined,
though you may not have the right codec to play it.
I did feel a strong desire to use a few brads until the glue set on
something in the video, but the opportunity didn't present itself.