It’s showtime again. I’ve got a movie for you…(if you’re technologically savvy or a computer geek, maybe you can assist me with my difficulties after being entertained. See section below marked “For the Computer Geek”)
One of my new coaches, Danielle, is now performing on the 2nd and 4th Fridays at Sababa Restaurant in Long Beach and I love to attend. A) Free aerial show! B) Cool Ambiance/Date Night Place C) Independently-Owned Small Business D) YUMMMMMMY! Here’s some photos from the restaurant and our meal so you can get a better idea of the awesomeness. We enjoyed the hummus and pita (simple but yummy) and ahi tar tar (so fresh plus healthy and tasty)!
And now on with the show:
If you’re not a computer nerd, this is the end. Thank you for watching and please subscribe, if you dare.
For the Computer Geek:
Being the technolame-0 that I sometimes am, it’s been a challenge to get it processed for the blog and actually just locate the log into my correct YouTube account. Having multiple gmail accounts can be a blessing and a curse as it allows for flexibility but sometimes complicates other apps owned by Google (such as YouTube) and knowing where to log in and log out correctly to make the proper channel work. I think I’ve figured that out. But, as I write this I’m uploading a video from my iphone directly to YouTube and I’m not sure it’s going to show up in the correct channel as the only option I can see in the YouTube app linking directly from my videos is to post to one account and not different channels within that account.
If anyone out in Cyberland knows of a good iphone app for video editing which will allow me to keep the video in vertical form and brighten the video, please let me know. I understand vertical video is a general no-no but I really need to show aerial videos in vertical format because the artform itself is vertical and you lose so much of it in standard widescreen form. The itunes store has left me disappointed in my search.
All the above said, I’m going to post the following video directly to YouTube and embed it here without fancy editing for your enjoyment…
This just in: my video posted to the YouTube channel that I wanted it to plus YouTube suggested automatic enhancements to make it easier to view (ie: brightening the video). Magic! Still I’d like recommendations for a good app where I can edit from my phone. I don’t think I could do the edits on YouTube from my phone.