The Lounge What is on Your Mind? The Dark Years of UNIX (2003 - 2011) | A Decade Lost to Legal Battles | YouTube Video Post 303037112 by Neo on Wednesday 24th of July 2019 01:12:07 AM
Originally Posted by drl
Hi, Neo.

Thanks, I like it. In the last frame, There were no winners ..., the type size was small and went by too quickly for me to be able to read it in one viewing ... cheers, drl
Hey DRL,

Was trying out new video editing software, Davinci Resolve 16, so I decided to change the font sizes on this video as you requested.

I also changed the music (less dramatic, more epic) and added some new "darkness" audio effects to match the intro, outro and overall theme (for fun).

Will upload the link to the new video when I get the final render done and uploaded to YT.

Thanks for the comment. Comments are welcome and always appreciated.



(not so happy with the new audio background track.... but it's time to move on to a new project).
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