Re Edit of 8pt. buck kill

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  1. drslyr

    drslyr Weekend Warrior

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    I learned how to do slow motion on my editing software. You gotta check this out. I'll save you some time . It's at 10:42 in the video. 8Pt. Archery buck kill on Vimeo
     
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    Thats awesome. Congrats on the recovery.
     
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    Now you need a YouTube channel

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    Why do I need a youtube channel O Great video maker?
     
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    awesome video, I am hoping that one day I will be able to film my own hunt. What kind of editing software are you using?
     
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    Adobe premiere elements 11. Even iMovie does an ok job if your just starting out. My pal wind walker has taught me some tricks on editing.
     
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    Get your videos out there for the world to see! Monetize them and link an account and you can make a little money. It's pretty cool know that you can have views from other countries.

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    I have subscribers from other countries. I think some of the reasons are because they can't enjoy the same freedoms we have here. They seem interested in the adventures we enjoy here. I know many of my gun videos pick up subscribers, simply because they don't have the ability to own guns like we do.

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    When you have a YouTube channel, you can go into the analytics and see where you are getting views. This pic is just one page from the last 28 days. There are several pages with more countries. It's pretty amazing to me still, just knowing that people from around the world can watch and enjoy the same things I experience and capture on film. Here is an example. [​IMG]

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    But my vimeo channel doe's the same thing.
     
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    Nice buck! Where did you hit him and how much penetration?
     
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    Ended up being a liver shot. 6 in" penetration. After watching the replay 20 times in the tree i knew it wasn't a good hit. We waited for 2hrs. to go start looking. We actually pushed him not knowing at first. We jumped him out of his bed. He only went 30yds. and bedded again. Thats when I knew he was hit pretty good. He got up twice more went 30yds. and bedded again. The last time he got up walked 30 yds. and fell down. He thrashed around for a minute and it was all over. He went straight down a ravine that was so steep we had to hold onto saplings to keep from sliding down the ravine. He then went up the other side just as steep. Thats when I really thought I had lost him.
     
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