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rub on video

rub on video

i am so bummed!
we have the movie all edited and ready to go… it runs on the blog on my machine, but isn’t working for anyone else… i am going to try to get it up on the website tomorrow…
(any experts out there?)

  • Jann Saulsberry

    20 March, 2006 at 11:16 pm Reply

    I am not an expert on web video…but neither am I an expert at the rub ons. I love them…so I will be back tomorrow after someone who IS expert in web video helps the EXPERT in rub ons post the video.
    Seriously…thanks for taking the time to do this video…I LOVE the product — just need a little instruction on using it to the max.

  • Kim F.

    21 March, 2006 at 1:22 am Reply

    I have been working with video on the web lately. Very frustrating. But, QuickTime Pro seems to help some. I am using QuickTime movies – and using QuickTime Pro to compress them (get the file size down.) It takes some reading through apple.com to get the gist of this. I am still learning the ins and outs – but I’ve had pretty good luck with a small file size. Hopefully someone with have more insight.
    Here’s a website that might be of use. Not sure if this is good for business use, but might be worth it to check out.
    Good luck, Heidi!

  • Janet

    21 March, 2006 at 3:40 am Reply

    Hey Heidi
    I met you a few years ago in Melbourne Australia at ISC. I gave you a pressie of a box of chockies that didnt make it through the weekend LOL
    I have asked my geeky hubby for confirmation to what I ahd thought and basically the file is currently stored on your PC thats why you can see it and no one else. In order for the ROW (rest of world) to see it you need to upload it to a hosting server or smilair so that it is then able to be viewed by anyone that wants to. I am not sure where you usually put stuff but we have a website set up off our internet providor that stores all my stuff like that so it can be used when I want without any issues.
    I hope the info helps 🙂
    Janet Michelmore
    p.s congrats on your pregnancy! Cant wait to see what baby stuff you come up with. A perfect time for both you and me 🙂

  • Raven

    21 March, 2006 at 5:58 am Reply

    Have you tried using videoegg.com? You log in with your typepad info & it posts directly to your blog… It has always worked for me… hope it helps! 🙂

  • Bree

    21 March, 2006 at 9:12 am Reply

    Yeeeeha! Can’t wait to see the video seeing as I just maxed out my credit card with your rub-ons! Sorry about the computer glitch…hope you aren’t going to crazy! Computers seems to have a mind of their own!

  • Kelli

    21 March, 2006 at 9:31 am Reply

    no expert but sure look forward to seeing the video 🙂

  • Amy Williams

    21 March, 2006 at 9:47 am Reply

    Hello Heidi,
    I don’t have advice for your video, but I just wanted to let you know that I had problems with your rubons in the past, but then I wised up and actually read the directions on the back. I’ve read in your blog that hundreds of people that you have taught have had no problems, so then I thought the problem, must be me. THEY ARE FABULOUS!!! I have told all my friends to just simply follow the directions and they won’t have a problem. Thanks so much for making fantastic products. I even posted a layout to my blog using the wonderful rubons!
    http://mynameissnickerdoodle.blogspot.com/2006/03/quick.html Can’t wait for the video!
    Amy Williams

  • patty

    21 March, 2006 at 1:30 pm Reply

    i just used the “fuzzy” rub-ons and i LOVE them!!! they are beauuuutiful. i did it with ease too.

  • Ashley-Beth

    21 March, 2006 at 1:48 pm Reply

    YAY!!! I totally messed up your beautiful rub-ons on a layout yesterday…It can easily be fixed, so I am anxious for your video! Thanks for taking the time to do it!

  • A

    21 March, 2006 at 4:30 pm Reply

    Hey Heidi- Is it a quicktime? Did you upload it to your files on typepad? I show videos of my kids quite often and that’s how I do it. It’s got to be uploaded into your Typepad files and then use the upload file icon in your post body. (Confusing enough?) If you need more help email me…it took me a long time to get it figured out but I think I’ve got it down to a science now.
    P.S. I just heard I’m going to be seeing you at the Scrap Etc. event in Birmingham…YAY! It sounds like a blast!

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