I love it! I'm going to add it to my review page.
Thanks Monie for stopping by. Great that you like it. This is the second take, I have added some big muscles there. Hehe
I admire someone who's fearless - and I'm talking about you, Enid, not the muscles (although they looked rather fearless, too). You wanted to do a trailer and you just figured out how to do it then did it with flair. Congratulations!HelenStraight From Hel
Wow, Enid, this is really, really good. Nice work. You’ve inspired me to give it a try…like I need one more web thing to mess with. Good job!Best Regards, GalenGalenKindley.com
Hey... So impressed that you put this together! I love the music near the end.My one suggestion (because I've done some research into how to make a book trailer... gonna do a blog post about it one of these days): Make your images move. You can zoom in or out with Windows Movie Maker.
Helen, it took me a few hours but I'm sure after the first one, I will be quite quick. So you may even see me dancing on YouTube, hehe. Galen, yes, we like to torture ourselves. Thanks Alexis, the options of getting the image moves in Movie Maker are not as good as PowerPoint. That's why I only selected one fading out. I was hoping to find some stock video footages that I could buy but there were no muscle man available, haha.
Sweet! Nice job, Enid!The Old Silly
I forgot - have you seen my new blog? Free Spirit got the axe by Google. :(The Old Silly