Birthday Video - Turn Your Child's Party Video Into A Music Video

Written by Mike Dougherty "Grandpa Mike"

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Now start your music video with a simple but creative title like “Mary’s 6th Birthday Party” with a sub title related to your birthday theme like “A Royal Celebration.”

Fromrepparttar title you can use a wipe to your first shot. Try to keep your shots about 5 seconds long. That will keeprepparttar 146133 music video moving nicely without being too fast and visually annoying. Also try to edit your footage together to tellrepparttar 146134 story of your party rather than just randomly mixing everything together.

Titles within your music video can also be fun. A title leading into some party game footage might read “Extreame Musical Chairs” or “Time To Pop The Balloons.”

As you edit your footage together, take a minute and previewrepparttar 146135 entire video fromrepparttar 146136 beginning. This will help you to get a better feel forrepparttar 146137 overall pace. You might need to slow things down or speed then up. Check your video fromrepparttar 146138 top at least every 30 seconds just to make surerepparttar 146139 video is coming togetherrepparttar 146140 way you want it to.

Give yourself a little song time atrepparttar 146141 end to add your closing titles. Give yourself a screen credit, your “party producer”, and of course this video stars your birthday child.

Atrepparttar 146142 very end of your credits you can have a little fun by cutting to one last silly shot.

If you don’t have access to a video editor, take a quick look at

Your Birthday Video - Music Video "World Premiere"

After you've edited your music video together it's time for your world premiere. Why not invite all your party guests and parents over for a private screening? Make some popcorn and have some fun.

Years From Now

Imagine some years from now when you and your child sit down to watch their birthday video together. You'll both be very happy you made this fun video out of all that precious footage.

And as even more years pass, you might just get to watch your treasured family keepsake DVD with your grandchildren.

Mike Dougherty is a video editor and regional Emmy award winning videographer. Mike is now the webmaster for and the movie themes site

What is Scrapbooking?

Written by Edward Santosh

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Paste is also a thing ofrepparttar past. Specialized glue dots and two-sided tape makes mounting your treasures simple and mess free. Many of these products are so strong that you can now decorate your scrapbook pages with ribbons, feathers, flowers, or even metal charms.

Due to these new techniques and tools,repparttar 146132 uses of scrapbooking have expanded drastically. Scrapbooking is still used to hold personal keepsakes and for gift giving.

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