Any other comments/suggestions are welcome.
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As this falls under what I call "digital signage", my own method of producing and showing this type of presentation is to use a DVD. My viewing units have built in DVD players such as my Insignia 32 inch "Combo" unit. I purchased this at the local Wal-Mart some time ago but it does the job well. If I were to buy another one today, I would make sure is was 1080p instead of the 720p as it is. With a DVD, you can put both shows on it, one with narration and the other without. The sets remote control will work well for you. Short of that, a DVD player hooked up to the TV will do the same trick.
Good job on the production !! I watched it twice.
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It was very educational and enjoyable. Agree with others the narration was great. Makes me look forward to spring!
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I had to smile at Steve's remarks, but as a former machinist I agree totally, I was holding my breath watching the safety issues at the place. But then again, that has nothing to do with your project. Nothing to point out to them either...
I liked your project very much - great flow of information, matching music and stills & videos very nicely chained together.
You very successfully projected a pride the owners have in their operation.
The only thing i would suggest: Titles at beginnings of individual seasons - by my opinion - should be matching in Fonts, be larger a should stay on screen little longer.
At the end - I liked transparent background (strip-like) underneath - it is giving the text firm position & importance.
Otherwise - great.
Thanks for showing,
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nice well made show. good mixture of stills, videos & styles.
i enjoyed being educated...that's got to be a good sign.
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