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Thanks for sharing the video. Have injoyed reading alot of your posts.What did the baker infeed set you back if you dont mind letting me know.Not sure if that is somthing I want to try and build or just buy.Thanks,Daniel
......When I go to YouTube and search for Bibbyoldman it doesn't give me any results. Also when I search for sawmill June it comes up empty ...............
Yea, I just wanted to be "Bibbyman" but I guess someone done took it.
Bibbyman,Enjoyed the tour of your operation. Do you hire extra help for the big production jobs?
Here's a few tips on making good videos from a former video business owner ;-) Bibbyman asked me to chime in, since there's about as much to know about making good videos as there is to sawing good lumber! Here's some tips/ideas for beginners: -Use a tripod if you can. Steady video is good video! -Zoom and pan (move) slower than you think you should. Your audience will thank you ;-) -If you do do handheld video, hold the camera steady, relax your body, and only slowly move the camera. Edit out shaky/jerky stuff with your editing software. Bibbyman does a good job of keeping handheld watchable! -Upload your video at the highest quality your camera/computer/internet connection can manage. A high quality video is much more enjoyable to watch than a fuzzy one. -You can insert photos, narration, music with most free video editors (movie maker, imovie, etc). -Go easy on the fancy transitions ;-) A simple cut from shot to shot is the best way to go. A crossfade can be a nice touch. Page turn transitions are sooo '90s... ;-) -There are tools that you can turn down the volume of a video, and use music or narration as the principle sound you hear. If your video calls for it, do it! If you use copyprotected music, YouTube can disable the music altogether, or remove your video, so watch out for that. -When uploading your video to YouTube, give it a descriptive name, a full description, and put in as many tags as you can think of (tags are words associated with your video, that help people find it when they're searching). Here's some sample tags to help people find your video: custom sawyer sawing logs lumber Warden sawmill Wood-Mizer LT40 Sacramento Amador county, etc (Yes, I just made up a bunch...;-). There's a few things important to remember when just starting out. If you have any questions, technical or basic, send me a message! I enjoy adding many of your videos to our Sawyer playlist section on our YouTube channel, and good quality videos are always good to add! Here are a couple online resources for learning more about making good videos. VideoMaker is a tremendous resource, and if you have any interest in doing a little video as a fun hobby, subscribe to their magazine!
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