A widdle video I done made.

Thanks to my buddy Kyle, I have just discovered the joy of Windows MovieMaker.  I have been somewhat limited to what I’ve been able to do by all the snow here today, but I did manage to make this little (quite amateurish) video of a snow-covered cemetary by my apartment, with the Fleet Foxes’ song “White Winter Hymnal” playing in the background.  The bulk of the video is a little boring, and it gets jumpier closer to the end as I started to get really cold, but I loooooove the beginning, where the train right beside the graveyard is sputtering out steam and making loud steam noises….I just think it goes incredibly well with the music.  Anyway, I’m probably not going to be able to resist making and posting a ton of these for awhile, this being a new (to me) toy.  Please feel free to ignore them.

7 Responses to “A widdle video I done made.”

  1. Like the video though I had to turn the sound off.

  2. Kyle Sundgren Says:

    The song works, but you could have benefited from turning down the video’s audio after the train passes in the beginning. Titles are a great way to add humor, or if it’s not a humorous thing you’re going for it’s a great way to take all art out of what you were shooting haha!

    • sethdellinger Says:

      Yeah, you’re right, I should have turned the original audio down after the train. And yeah…not really going for humor with this one Kyle!

  3. Kyle Sundgren Says:

    So I just got done watching ‘Jack Goes Boating’ and this song comes on and the whole time I’m like, “Where the hell have I heard this song?!!!?!”. Figured it out. Great fucking song.

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