I see I now get the advanced advice! Thankyou for both tips, I will try them both. As far as proper English, I'm not sure but I understand perfectly.Yes, it's a lot of road one want to share, and it is hard to select only the best parts when it has been a great ride altogether.
Another tip. You're not obligated to account for the trip in the exact chronological order!
Feel free to put your clips dramaturgically actionwize. ( Don't know if this is proper english, but I hope that you gets my drift.If not ask and I'll try to explain differently...)
One more thing. On my first camcorder I had the same distortion from the mike as you have. I got better when "muted" with a piece of plastic foam.
Ed!!!! That video made me want to be there right with you! I appreciate the stills along the way. They opened up my perspective of the spectacular scenery. Great job. I think you might be enjoying that camera?
What are its limitations?
Ed, have you seen this?If I brought a laptop with me it wouldn't be bad but once my little 2 gig micro sd card is full I'm out of "film" or I need to buy several more cards.
I have been looking at several different brands of that device. That one I havent seen but it looks like a good one.