Tuesday, August 26, 2008

tooo much technology

ok, so I have spent alllll morning getting the ETSY site up and going, as well as uploading the video from last night. I have sooooo much more respect for all you beautiful ladies who do this all the time! It takes so much time, at least for me!
So, a little beeswax last night with some fun Marcia Ball in the background.
I will get a little more savvy, but ya' gotta start somewhere, and , ahem.. I am usually the worst at taking my own advice!
LOL!

ENJOY!

8 comments:

Connie said...

I'll put your stuff on Etsy for you if you shoot and put my videos on the computer for me!!!!

Our weaknesses seem to be each other's strengths!

Beautiful work Jen!! Love it!

Peace and Love.

jennifer said...

connie, it's a deal!
I was almost in tears yesterday!!!!

Dee said...

Jennifer!!! Congratulations! I am SO EXCITED to be able to see more of you and your artwork now!!! The painting is very pretty. I am going to subscride rightaway....and check out your etsy shop. Do let me know if there is ANYTHING at all that I can do to help. You are a sweetiepie. Love you so much. Dee.

Dee said...

Jen, which software are you using? I use Windows movie maker.
First, you have to select the clip on which you want the text by simply single clicking on it. Next, on the lest had side bar, there is the 'Edit' Section. Under 'Edit', there is 'Titles and Credits', click on that. Then you get options that will help u position the text (before, on or after the selected clip). Type in the text, you can change fonts and sizes, play around a little n see which one you like the most. Once u have finalised, click on 'Add Title'...et voila...there u go!!!

Let me know if this was helpful....Bisous...dee

LisaLectura*creations said...

Hi Jen! Thanks for coming to visit! Love your "Dancing to the blues" painting! The video and music is fabulous! Great job also on the etsy shop!

Creative Blessings,

Lisa :)

Dee said...

Jen, I download music from the internet n add it to the video. My cd drive is not working or else I would have tried adding music from my audi cds as well. These are the steps:
1. Download and save the audio file on your computer.
2. On your WMM project, there is an 'Import' Button on the left hand side bar. Under Import, there is a subtab called, 'Audio or Music', click on that, you'll get to browse and choose the file from your computer.
3 Select the file by clicking on it and then click on ''import''.

Thaz it. Let me how it goes! Love. Dee.

Kimberly said...

Looks great Jen! I'm going to put you on my blog list can you put me on your list? I would love to stay in touch! Thanks again for the sweet message you left on my blog.

Kimberly

Lisa said...

Wow! Good for you! An ETSY shop? Congrats :-)

Can't wait to see you - and your new works of art.

xo,

lisa