Why imposing limits on creativity always is a bad thing. ~part 3


Short but Sweet! 😉

Because a picture/movie says more than a myriad of words can.

We will not go quietly into the night.

"We will not go quietly into the night."

Insert aptly quote here.

Geh deinen Weg! Wenn jemand mitgehen will, lass ihn…aber warte nicht auf ihn! Ändere nicht deine Richtung! Und wenn er nicht mitkommt dreh dich nicht um…

And another.

…the day the world declared in one voice: “We will not go quietly into the night!” We will not vanish without a fight! We’re going to live on! We’re going to survive! Today we celebrate our Independence Day! [Crowd Cheers]

How?

# http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?s=2f5e7d8e0361ca4b63121ceb28cc2674&p=11598272&postcount=15
## ^THANKS!!!
# Create the layers in the Gimp you want to work with.
# Or use any tool at your disposal to make frames...
# Then:
convert *.png -delay 10 -morph 50 %05d.jpg && ffmpeg -r 25 -qscale 2 -i %05d.jpg ../your.name.mp4 && \rm *.jpg
# Upload the result to Youtube or equiv. share service.

That’s all folks…

Kindest regards,

Alex

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On a side note: While I do appreciate people who tell me they liked what I wrote about or how they have been following my blog for awhile. The best way IMO to show Your appreciation is by simply clicking ‘like‘ on my post(s) (and share them with… ), or just follow my blog instead. 😉

There are three rules for writing a novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are.
— W. Somerset Maugham

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