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    Thanks Grizz,
    I appreciate all you put into this and the other vids. As a newbie this is great for me and I'm sure others as well.
    Looking forward to part 2.

    Cecilg

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    Great job Grizz. I may just attempt one of these things.

    Electric is back on.

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    Well all that paper folding and such sure seems easier than trying to tape a 7' long piece of fabric to the wall with cord to get the curves....

    **** quants make everything easy.

    Thanks for the useful instruction Grizz.

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    Make me want to try my hand at one.. Good show my man..

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    Great stuff !
    I have been waiting for the DIY Grizz Bridge instructions !

    But boy, it was more complicated than i ever thought
    You sure have done some great thinking here !

    I only missed one thing actually !
    The order button
    Moski, who no longer feels the Secret Ninja Ski emptiness..............
    B/C he got them now

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    Thank you Grizz. Very much appreciated once again.

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    Makes me appreciate being a GrizzBridge owner!

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    Thanks everyone. The devil they say is in the details, so I wanted to go over the way I do details as an encouragement to those who may want to try their DIY hand at this.

    But Moski, if you thought the body was complicated, wait until you see part 2 when I do the endcap....it's easier than it looks, but there's a fair bit of needing to pay attention to details.

    Part 2 is formated and the multi part conversion process started
    1) export from video editor to monster-sized .mov
    2) transform monster sized .mov to uploadable sized .mp4
    3) hand off .mp4 to youtube where they do what they do
    4) post on HF.

    Lot's going on today at home but all of this is mostly checking the computer to see when the latest conversion has finished.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrizzlyAdams View Post
    Thanks everyone. The devil they say is in the details, so I wanted to go over the way I do details as an encouragement to those who may want to try their DIY hand at this.

    But Moski, if you thought the body was complicated, wait until you see part 2 when I do the endcap....it's easier than it looks, but there's a fair bit of needing to pay attention to details.

    Part 2 is formated and the multi part conversion process started
    1) export from video editor to monster-sized .mov
    2) transform monster sized .mov to uploadable sized .mp4
    3) hand off .mp4 to youtube where they do what they do
    4) post on HF.

    Lot's going on today at home but all of this is mostly checking the computer to see when the latest conversion has finished.

    Looking forward to it! I got my headache medicine all ready for when I get confused and my head starts hurting, which won't be long into it!
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    Awesome job Grizz, beats the hell out of freeze framing your previous videos and blowing the screen shots up to see exactly what and how you did it lol.

    Congrats.

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    When you discard arrogance, complexity, and a few other things that get in the way, sooner or later you will discover that simple, childlike, and mysterious secret known to those of the Uncarved Block: Life is Fun.

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