Breakfasts Lunches and Dinners 2013 January
Breakfasts Lunches and Dinners 2013 January
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Breakfasts Lunches and Dinners

I used the AVS4YOU Video Editor to combine FIVE (5) videos into just one.
http://www.AVS4YOU.com/

Using the Storyboard I set the Transitions to be all the same... a double spin...

The first clip is from the 17th about a scrambled eggs or maybe you could call it a cheese omelette.

I got the Crystal Light eggs white and the Kraft cheese from the Ralphs store.
http://www.Ralphs.com/

These clips are from my AT&T Cell Phone called "Samsung 4G Infuse" model and here is the URL where you can learn more about this model of an Android Cell Phone:
http://att.deviceanywhere.com/SamsungInfuse4G/tutorials

The videos from the cell phone are MP4s and I use the AVS4YOU to convert them to WMVs for the HD 720 x 1280 format.

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Views: 1,530
Uploaded: 8 years ago
Duration: 22:31
2 Likes, 0 Dislikes
Videos: 1
Subscribers: 2
Description
Breakfasts Lunches and Dinners

I used the AVS4YOU Video Editor to combine FIVE (5) videos into just one.
http://www.AVS4YOU.com/

Using the Storyboard I set the Transitions to be all the same... a double spin...

The first clip is from the 17th about a scrambled eggs or maybe you could call it a cheese omelette.

I got the Crystal Light eggs white and the Kraft cheese from the Ralphs store.
http://www.Ralphs.com/

These clips are from my AT&T Cell Phone called "Samsung 4G Infuse" model and here is the URL where you can learn more about this model of an Android Cell Phone:
http://att.deviceanywhere.com/SamsungInfuse4G/tutorials

The videos from the cell phone are MP4s and I use the AVS4YOU to convert them to WMVs for the HD 720 x 1280 format.