People of One Fire Youtube and Research sites to feature real movies.
The first official POOF movie will be on the locations where Eleanor Dare lived and and was buried in the Nacoochee Valley. Being one of the few survivors of the ill-fated Roanoke Colony, Eleanor married the mikko of the Creek town of Hontaowase on the Chattahoochee River near the present day Hardman Farm State Historic Site. The photograph above is of the stone ruins on the hill, where her house and the town’s temple were located. Below is a fanciful 1653 engraving of the Sun Temple and mikko’s residence.
Here is an update on my continuing technological upgrades. A little over a year ago, I bought Microsoft software that enabled me to convert MS Powerpoint Slide Shows into videos. It was advertised as having the capability to insert videos from a camera, but in fact that feature and several advertised bells & whistles do not work, unless one now purchases a quite expensive version of MicroSoft Office . . . which I do not need. Being quite sneaky, Microsoft stopped support for its Moviemaker software component of the video software, while marketing the new version of Powerpoint.
Being quite tired of such games being repeatedly played by Microsoft, I switched all of my imaging software to Corel, which is much more consumer friendly. I now have Corel Paint Shop Pro photo editing software, Corel Photo-Mirage for converting 2D images into animated video and next week will have the new Corel Video-Editing Software that will covert Powerpoint videos into real movies. I will be able to delete sound track flubs in some of the older Youtube videos, plus insert real video films of archaeological sites I am visiting. Also, I will finally be able to convert videos I made with my video camera or Nikon camera into Youtube acceptable formats.
I still have officially below poverty level income, but by living a modest lifestyle and avoiding debts, I can be quite comfortable. In order to pay for improvements to the quality of research reports, I created a special Pay Pal account in which I contribute all of my royalties from book publishers in combination with any donations from the public. I sold a lot of books last month, so I will be able to pay cash for the Professional Video Editing software. I realize that Americans these days are into instant gratification, but just bear with me as I steadily upgrade my professional products. Thank you for all your moral and financial support. We only have one thing left on the Upgrade Wish List . . . the Virtual Reality Architectural Animation Software.
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