oberon wrote:I have just started playing about with Youtube recently. My webcam for sound and vision was not too successful, being blurred and not good enough to follow fast finger movements. better was using a normal digital stills camera with video clip capability. This does a reasonable job of sound and vision, and even though perfectly in sync from the camera, Youtube manages to get it out of sync by the time it's uploaded and played back. Better again was using the digi camera for the visuals and recording the sound at the same time on my Zoom H2. Windows movie maker is fine for putting the two together, and even adding simple titles/credits easily. I think this one is probably my best effort so far, although still a bit out of sync compared with the original on my computer -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Hujey_g ... annel_page
Sorry it's not an Avalon.
(Ross A's Youtube channel is worth a look if you haven't already been there.)
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