Other videos that I've taken from time to time that I've decided to share. The table below has three columns, the first provides a description of the video, the second provides a link to a low resolution video clip that can be played online and the third has a links to the files so they can be downloaded.
Clicking the link in the second column will open a web page with Windows Media player embedded in the middle. Depending on your browser, the clip will either start to play or you will need to click the play button. The online clip is low resolution to keep the file size to a minimum, but even so, you may find it doesn't play smoothly if the connection is not that quick. If this is the case, I suggest selecting one of the options to download the file and then play it from you computer.
Clicking one of the links in the right hand column will bring up a box that, depending on your browser and your settings, should give you the options to either “open” or “save to disk.” You should select “save to disk” in order to save the file so you can play it again and again without having to download. Selecting to “open” the file will just open in a new window using your default media player for .mpg files.
There are two options for downloading, the first is to a medium resolution .WMV file that should download fairly quickly. The second is to a full resolution .MPG file that will take a long time to downlaod as they are big files! The file size has been included on the link so you can see how big the file is that you are going to download
Video proof that using a slinky works to stop squirrels getting to the bird feeder. Well, it worked here in this video, but I have to admit, it didn't take them long to figure it out. (19 seconds long; February 2010).
My beloved brother (a.k.a. Hog) decided to order a novelty car horn online. Only thing is, the company would only deliver to the US so he got it sent to me. So I tried it out. (7 minutes 11 seconds long; February 2008).
Not really sure why I did this and what's more confusing is the fact that I wasn't drunk when I did it.
I was just thinking of things I could do to fill up a DVD that I was sending to the folks and this is what I came up with - multiple me playing air instruments to “Walk All Over You” (5 minutes 10 seconds long; December 2005).
The first video I made with my new video camera and still one of my favorites. An obvious choice of subjects for a first video -
me setting up the cat's automated litterbox. (11 minutes 43 seconds long; March 2005).