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PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 5:56 am 
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As winter ended and slowly melted into spring, here are videos from the rim -- https://forestandfield.blogspot.com/201 ... m-rim.html

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Great location Woody, I like the Coyote segment

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Man that bobcat seemed cautious.

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I just can't get over the diversity of animals at the one set, man l am envious! Not only that, it is exceptional quality.
What video programme are you using now as l don't ever recall Movie Maker having those fancy "scene wipes"?

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it is exceptional quality. What video programme are you using now as l don't ever recall Movie Maker having those fancy "scene wipes"?


The videos are from an older Browning Strike Force Elite, the newer Brownings produce much better daytime videos.
The clips were assembled with Windows MovieMaker on a computer running on Windows 7, all the transitions are standard on that version of MovieMaker. I've occasionally used Shotcut to edit videos because it has many more filters to adjust exposure, contrast, color, sharpness and many more -- but it's more difficult to use, so I only use it if I'm not happy with what I've gotten with MovieMaker.

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Awesome set. Something about that coyote looked odd to me in the first clip. Much bigger and stronger legs then I've seen on the coyotes near me. Once he turned and I saw his face from the side I definitely go the coyote vibe but didn't have it coming up to that point. Certainly looks like a healthy.


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Great compilation showing the ebb and flow of life on the rim. Always fun to watch the bobcats slinking around, too.


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"What will the future hold?"
Guessing, your cams will be there to keep us posted.
Thoughtful pros, keen observations, hours of dedication and skilled use of trail cameras tell a story of one person's Appalachian paradise. Living vicariously and always enjoy learning what I can from your work. Thank you!


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