I'm making a project of saving lots of our motorcycle memories on a DVD, compiling photos that highlight the trips we took. Evidently this is something that uses lots of resources on my computer, because if I work on it for too long at a time, the computer freezes. I lost my first effort that way, and had to start all over.
Now, I've learned that if I watch my P's and Q's, the computer will save the video for me after the freeze-up and I can start up where I left off when a "freeze" interrupts me.
I never realized that making a video could be such a grueling process!
I'll put captions on top of a picture. Then I'll decide to remove a previous picture, and lo and behold, the captions are now on the wrong shot!
I'm using various songs as a sound track. A couple of days ago, I added a Travis Tritt song, "It Was Worth Every Mile". What a perfect song to accompany our motorcycle memories, right?
But it was protected, so that when I played that portion of my little movie, all I heard was a sound like somebody scratching noises out of a fiddle.
Anyhow, I'm getting close to having my little movie finished, once again; it's over twenty-five minutes long now, and I haven't added the five-minute video of a ride we took. Here's hoping I get the job done!