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    Nick, these are great. LOL -- you made my day with the voiceover. They are not only funny, the content is great. I extracted your audio and imported it into the origional .mov, and then re-compressed them, so the quality is still good streaming over an ordinary broadband connection.


    These are highly recommended.

    Last edited by james; 12-13-2006, 09:11 AM.
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    The voices are great, a hoot, and they do get the points across quite nicely.
    Well done and thanks.

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      You like me! You really like me!

      While it is standard practice of film producers to take undue credit from writers, I am unable to claim the accolades for these voice overs alone. The revelatory and melodious dialogue was penned by fornobravo's very own Canuck Jim. The golden throated pitch man is one Christopher Dinan, formerly of Westchester County.


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        Who gets credit for the music score? really adds flavor to the visual.
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          So now my co-workers are looking at me funny as a laugh out loud at a bread shaping video. Nice work!
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            Voice over

            Great job. This is what I need to push me past the point of hesitation.

            And it was good to learn from the narration that the hands are tilted inward on the bottom when shapping the round.

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