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This all-new production features recent digital video shot with a Canon Digital Video Camcorder, equipment on loan to me from Finatic. Thanks Fin!
This was recorded on Tuesday, November 20, 2007 while visiting my sister in White House, TN:
In this video, we meet Max the Cat. Try as I might to elicit some playful kitty-cat response, Max remains completely unimpressed with the prospect of starring in his very own YouTube video.
It seems to me that almost everyone posts a video on YouTube featuring a cat, here’s mine.
This video was captured from the DV cassette using Pinnacle Movie Box+USB. The video was editied with Vegas 7. The credits were created with Windows Movie Maker.
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