Monday, June 25, 2007

I'm on YouTube!

Well, my poetry is on YouTube. I don't think I would EVER put my face on YouTube! I've spent the last 24 hours putting some of my poetry on PowerPoint, researching the various methods with which to "translate" the PowerPoint to a movie, (yeah, I found out the hard way, you can't just upload PowerPoint to YouTube) putting sound to the movie, and, finally, uploading it to YouTube. The quality is not as good as I would like, but its certainly a start.

12 comments:

Cygnus said...

For a first effort
Well done with your poetry
With graphics and sound

4HisChurch said...

Thanks, Cygnus!

PPT2DVD said...

Congratulations!
How do you make that?
Did you use a PowerPoint to video conversion tool?
what is it ?
I know a tool called wondershare DVD Presenter, it can convert PowerPoint to video. PowerPoint to video

4HisChurch said...

Thanks. I used a Windows Movie tool.

LifeisgreatTAC said...

These are BE-A-U-tiful! Could you possibly send me the "security blanket" one in an e-mail? I thought I read all of your poetry from the site, but perhaps I missed a few. I simply loved it. A very calming experience, one I will visit again.

4HisChurch said...

Thanks! I chose them both for the writing itself, and, I confess, some of them, for the visual aspect.

I'm liking the security blanket one myself!

diana said...

I loved them all, but the one I liked the best was "Quietly the finger of God writes on the dust of my soul."

This was excellent!

4HisChurch said...

Thanks, Diana!

marie said...

How very beautiful and how talented you are 4HisChurch...Thankyou for sharing it with us...I agree with Diana..I liked.."Quietly the finger of God writes on the dust of my soul."


Peace and blessings

Marie

4HisChurch said...

Thanks so much, Marie.

AutumnRose said...

Can you make a link, only YouTube vids don't show up on my blogs on my pc :(

4HisChurch said...

AutumnRose--Under "Other/Misc", I have a link to my YouTube channel. You can click on that and get the video from there. It is called "Haiku from Karumi Garden". The poems themselves are on my Karumi Garden web page, linked under the "Poetry" section of the blog links.

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