Even though I didn't have to go to work this weekend, I feel like I have been working nearly the whole weekend!
Saturday, I was supposed to film the UC Bearcat Bands at the 2012 Bearcat Bowl VI and then head to Loveland to finish working on the video project I started for Greater Impact Ministries on Thursday. Lucky for my busy schedule, the Bearcat Bowl was rained out and I was able to start on my video editing a little earlier than planned.
From yesterday's post, you will know that the firewire cable that was checked out with the camera was more or less a dud. After checking both Micro Center and a well known competitor, I opted to buy a cable for $14 Micro Center option and save myself the $25 extra dollars from the well known competitor.
At this point, I was able to digitize and organize 90-ish minutes of footage split between two tapes into the 8 respective editing documents. I finished at 11pm last night. I wiped the tapes with black and headed to bed.
This morning I set out to take some still photos of the Daughters of Sarah class that Greater Impact Ministries taught. In addition to the still photos, I also helped out with today's videography. Let me be the first to tell you--the Canon XF100 is a fun little camera.
After the DOS class, we headed home to finish the end of Thursday's video shoot. After lunch I spent another few hours digitizing and organizing that footage. I won't lie. I took a nap after that.
Most recently I have been editing on the first segment, which needs to be finished this week. As much as I love editing, I am beat. I'll continue anew tomorrow.