Always Push Those Boundaries
It’s amazing how a blast from the past can be such a powerful reminder!
I created Animoto video below over 2 years ago!
It was unusual because as I said in the description:
Had to push the boundaries of using Animoto by adding words and voice. Not because it was a good idea, it probably wasn’t, but the challenge was there so had to try!
Today David N. left me the timely reminder in a comment:
Happy to say I continue to push those boundaries and are learning new things every day.
- The only bad ideas are never trying or giving up too quickly
Since Animoto allows you to upload your own music I quickly recorded some audio (using Audacity) and uploaded it to put with my video.
And here’s the video for a chuckle
Oops and apologies in advance as I may have said bad words like ‘this might be crap’ when talking.
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9 thoughts on “Always Push Those Boundaries”
I’m an idiot! I never thought of putting voice audio to Animoto….doh! 🙂
@Sarah Well if it makes you feel any better I had totally forgotten about this also — but such a simple idea if done well (not like I did).
What a great reminder, i too have made meany animoto videos but have never added sound. my class wil definately being doing that this year.
Thanks for the post, Sue.
I never recorded my voice in a video except for voicethread- which is not exactly a video.
I will try it myself. Really enjoyed your Animoto.
@Henrietta and Andressa Let me know when you’ve created the movies as I would love to check them out.
what a great idea-the addition of voice!!of course..
I am sure that adding voice is a lot better for some purposes than trying to choose from the music selection!! although I have made some animotos very happily with music…. 🙂
I’m glad you like to sort things out!!
-just like getting out of your hotel room…hardly a challenge..just open the door…..oh well!! call for an axe!! As long as it works!!
Silly door! Trying to be quiet I didn’t pull hard enough on it 🙁
A great reminder! I agree – it is always good to push the / your boundaries. It is great for learning, growing, and finding out just how much of you are capable of.