Like so many of you, I just love the videos that Doug Valentine's students have made. I guess I shouldn't have been surprised when I saw how much skill he has. I've been trying to find a way to create similar videos (although I'm sure they'll be somewhat inferior in quality) while using free software and less skill. For example, I am using Blabbercize which is a free online program and I'm not editing the photos. I'm still working on how to create these, but these book reviews are so cute I'll keep at it. I'm wondering if others have found other adaptions to make similar book reviews.
Becky

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That should be Blabberize.

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