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    Harold --

    Did the GWR really construct such locomotives?
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    "trainboi1" has a great series of freeware locomotives on his web site. Here is Yosemite Valley Railroad #26 2-6-0 Mogul on the Lilliput Logger:


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    No Phil, built by outside contractors.

    GWR realised their mistake and from then onwards took all loco building in house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by philskene View Post
    Harold --

    Did the GWR really construct such locomotives?
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    Hi Phil,

    Quick question - trying to get my feet wet with videos - what are you using to process your video ? I've been playing with "Open Shot" (Free/Open Source) and it keeps giving me issues...

    Thanks...

    Regards,
    Scott

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    Hi Scott --

    I'm using Shotcut. Freeware. The documentation is woeful but there are many good youtube tutorials.

    I've tried quite a few editors and I'm honestly not sure if it's the best or worst (or maybe they are all equally bad) but it does all that I want -- video and audio cuts and pastes, fade in/out, transitions, multiple audio and video tracks, text, ... . Adding text was the hardest to master.

    I'm still a little unsure about the Export function. By default it saves as a mp4 and does so reasonably quickly. The original of that video was made with FARPS, a 29 GB avi. Putting it all together took me maybe 15 or 20 minutes and then the compression to a 1.2 GB mp4 took about 10 minutes.

    I've tired with only limited success to save to a more highly compressed HECV x265 file. I'm still experimenting.

    Maybe try it and see if it works for you. After all, it's free.

    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by philskene View Post
    Hi Scott --

    I'm using Shotcut. Freeware. The documentation is woeful but there are many good youtube tutorials.

    I've tried quite a few editors and I'm honestly not sure if it's the best or worst (or maybe they are all equally bad) but it does all that I want -- video and audio cuts and pastes, fade in/out, transitions, multiple audio and video tracks, text, ... . Adding text was the hardest to master.

    I'm still a little unsure about the Export function. By default it saves as a mp4 and does so reasonably quickly. The original of that video was made with FARPS, a 29 GB avi. Putting it all together took me maybe 15 or 20 minutes and then the compression to a 1.2 GB mp4 took about 10 minutes.

    I've tired with only limited success to save to a more highly compressed HECV x265 file. I'm still experimenting.

    Maybe try it and see if it works for you. After all, it's free.

    Phil
    Hi Phil,

    Much obliged - sir - you certainly make some nice videos... Yeah - I'm just using NVidia ShadowPlay video capture tool - saves the file as MP4... I thought my file size might have been the cause of some of my issues - as I'm playing with 1.5 to 2.0 GB at 2560x1440 resolution files most of the time... Yep - not wanting to do anything fancy - just piece together clips from different videos - fades - some captions... I'll take a gander - thanks again !!!

    As a side note - that's a gorgeous locomotive - I'd love to see someone make the Yosemite Valley - Marc Nelson and I chatted over it several times through the years - as he once publicly mentioned possibly taking it on - imagine the Yosemite Valley on par with his Feather River - just wow...

    Regards,
    Scott
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    There is a Yosemite Valley on DLS, an older route but good.

    <kuid:187625:100618> YVRR Jan 2014

    http://www.chainsawjunction.com/image/taned_024.jpg

    Here being updated with better vegetation.



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    VR Golbourn Route.











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    Steve Flanders has put his broad gauge procedural track up on his website.

    http://www.ballynagarrick.net/ing4trainz/index.htm



    Great stuff
    Harold

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