My cardboard video

I have been seeing a lot of people using cardboard or even note cards to make a video without talking. So I figured for fun, I would make one. So I used cardboard pieces and wrote a message on it. Check out what I had to say in this video. I made a cardboard video using my Mac. I used Photobooth and iMovie. I then uploaded it on YouTube.

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I have been seeing a lot of people using cardboard or even note cards to make a video without talking. So I figured for fun, I would make one. So I used cardboard pieces and wrote a message on it. Check out what I had to say in this video. I made a cardboard video using my Mac. I used Photobooth and iMovie. I then uploaded it on YouTube.

My cardboard video

My cardboard video

I have been seeing a lot of people using cardboard or even note cards to make a video without talking. So I figured for fun, I would make one. So I used cardboard pieces and wrote a message on it. Check out what I had to say in this video. I made a cardboard video using my Mac. I used Photobooth and iMovie. I then uploaded it on YouTube.

The first issue I had was Photobooth would make the video, but it was mirrored. After playing around, I finally found a setting to auto flip images. I used iMovie for the first time making this video. I have uploaded past videos before on YouTube. So that part I have done already.

Have you made a video with cardboard? Tell me about your experience.

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