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After many fits and starts I finally finished editing the video I shot of the previous iteration of the W&N Branch when I lived on 150th St.
I filmed it right before the layout was disassembled to move to our new home. The video was shot with a small sports camera attached to a flat car with a rubber band. So the film is a little grainy due to the low resolution of the camera and a little shaky due to the suspension of the flatcar.
That being said, I'm glad I documented it and thought some of you might like to see it.
The video was edited with Flash-Integro VSDC Free Video Editor. I tried several others and they were either trial use that expired after a couple months or left a watermark on the video.
VSDC was one of the simplest and really did a nice job. The narration was added with Apowersoft Free Audio Recorder, also very easy to use.
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