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How to make a video 101 - Part 2 (Software)

1/20/2009 10:00 PM EST
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CMathas
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CMathas   1/21/2009 1:33:58 AM
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Max, you are going to create a Part III, aren't you? You've left us all hanging here. Whatever will happen to the two stupid dogs?

Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   1/26/2009 10:22:55 PM
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Ahhhh ... I have so many ideas buzzing around in my head ... I've got the story board ... and the dogs... and a variety of things (like a coconut and a peanut to perform a "scientific experiment" comparing the processing power of Henry's brain to that of a typical beetle...) ... but I also have other projects bubbling to the surface ... I will do my best to finish the tale of the two stupid dogs in the not-so-distant-future ...

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Chee Choy   12/20/2012 11:29:35 PM
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A camera system that can be a home movie maker, video conferencing, local or remote video surveilliance, baby monitor, video intercom, live outdoor telecast. Standard wireless digital camera system only USD120.00 Software included http://professionalre.blogspot.com

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