After some hours of trying to make a still photo slideshow with ffmpeg, I gave up. Some of the features are missing on the Windows version, would probably have been easier using Linux.
So I used the inbuilt video editor in Windows 10 to take a bunch of still photos, add music courtesy Steppenwolf. Then finally added my watermark of DonCharisma.org with ffmpeg.
So, long story short – it’s some photos I took, with music 🙂 Experimenting with a different format for presenting my photos – rather than a long page of photos.
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4 thoughts on “Born To Be Wild – Steppenwolf (+Photos !)”
Question – how can upload Born To Be Wild up to YouTube without getting a Copyright violation notice? Maybe things have changed, but many years ago I tried to do this (May have been a different song) and YouTube stopped me from doing so. Correction it was Vimeo but YouTube can’t be any better. Maybe things have gotten better (?) https://contrafactual.com/2014/12/14/21st-century-i-p-2/
I did a post about it here – https://doncharisma.org/2020/01/29/posting-copyright-music-on-your-blog-via-youtube/
They only care about the ad revenue, and that now goes to whoever the owners of copyright are
Ok – thanks