<DIV>Valerie, I cannot load video at work with the utility the way you have it set up. I can only load stills. I do not have a powerful machine at home and don't have the tons of memory you are requiring people to apparently have. The Zipped file alone of this movie is over 2 MB. I have no idea how much that expands to.</DIV>
<DIV>I am willing to work with stills, and at some point with this movie, but with the installation forcing me to use WinZip, I can't just load the movie and read it. I dont' have the right to install your WinZip wizard on a government machine.</DIV>
<DIV>If you can send me a link that is JUST the file, not the WinZip attachment, I already HAVE Media Player.</DIV>
<DIV>Charles<BR><BR><B><I>Valerie Sutton <firstname.lastname@example.org></I></B> wrote:</DIV>
<BLOCKQUOTE class=replbq style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid">SignWriting List<BR>November 17, 2004<BR><BR>Charles Butler wrote:<BR>> But because this is stills, not video, and the use of this lesson, I <BR>> thought was to write what is "seen" (the orientation of the hands) not <BR>> what is "felt" (as in grammar). The concept "H" is a different <BR>> handshape, orientation, and movement in LIBRAS, for example, so seeing <BR>> a shape in isolation, and not knowing the context, I felt safer to <BR>> write it expressive and its exact orientation as a "lesson in writing" <BR>> not a "lesson in fingerspelling".<BR><BR>OK. I think we all need to realize that there IS a video posted on the <BR>web for people to download and view and write from. I only created the <BR>still photos to help people who have not downloaded the video.<BR><BR>And that was my next lesson...I want to show how different it is to <BR>wri!
the still photos versus the video. So I would love it if you <BR>would download the video, Charles...The video is very fast, but it is <BR>great signing too...<BR><BR>Download Video of Poem<BR>http://signwriting.org/lessons/transcribe/poetry/oneharbor/ <BR>oneharbor01.html<BR><BR>You will need a QuickTime player, which you can download too:<BR>http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/standalone/<BR><BR>And the transcription changes, the moment you see the video, because <BR>the fingerspelling has some important movements that cannot be captured <BR>in still photos...<BR><BR>So please try to download the video...can you do that Nancy?<BR><BR>Val ;-)<BR><BR>PS. I can try to create a smaller video just of the opening <BR>fingerspelling and post that...<BR><BR><BR></BLOCKQUOTE>