No 9 guys were harmed in the making of this film.
I really like the music. Though, as I suspect your weren't the author of it, you could be ITS - or at least the hosting will be short lived.
BTW how long did it take to finish 'processing' when you uploaded it ?
My crappy parallel port one took in excess of 15 minutes, and it was only ~680KB (< 1MB) 320 x 240 WMV 9, recorded using Microsoft's free Windows Media encoder.
RichardRudek wrote:I really like the music.
How do you get onto Soapbox. When I try to get there it loops trying to load the Windows Live Sign-in page several times, then gives an error message that "Windows Live Sign-in is not available for this site".
Ion Todirel wrote:
I really like the music.
Danny Elfman; Spiderman soundtrack - I forget which one.
I hope Charlie does get a letter of cease-&-desist; that would mean he's got an audience of some type at least. It may be the break he's looking for.
I will be sure to educate Charlie to the dangers of using copyrighted materials without explicit permission. I don't think Danny's lawyers will be overly prosecutorial towards Charlie or his wayward dad.
It took a while to set up the soapbox for uploading video.
Encoding the .wmv from Windows Movie Maker on XPsp2 was indeed painfully slow, Richard.
Charlie is my musician/actor son who seems to have a knack for editing to music as well. I was surprised when I found his 'cast' in various states of disassembly and customizations...
I did have him change the text he had for his "production" credit, where he was rocking back and forth. He had some reference to wheelchairs and autism. Whoops, dad to the rescue; monster of mine.
we'll have to do a The 9 vs 9 Patrol someday
I have my own ideas for a web-mini-series, but it must await our latest cast member -- TUX!
JohnAskew wrote:I have my own ideas for a web-mini-series, but it must await our latest cast member -- TUX!
Will the "no 9-guys hurt" apply to tux too?
BTW that was great.