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gregor.b

Professional
I have recently uploaded a video to not me but ... tube, and it was a fairly lengthy process, as it was a complete, unedited video of how it actually occurred. It was about a20 minute video, but had dead air, as in drinks breaks, minor conversations, no one on court, etc.
Am I better off editing it and removing the dead zones, and re uploading the actual action footage/
I ask as I have just been diagnosed with a spinal (vertebra) issue and I am not sure if I will ever play again, let alone feel it was worth putting on video.
Any suggestions?
 

SinjinCooper

Hall of Fame
The artist's first duty is always to the self.

Turn off or ignore ratings and reviews, and enjoy it for what it was meant to be.

Hope you recover. Stay positive!
 

S&V-not_dead_yet

Talk Tennis Guru
I have recently uploaded a video to not me but ... tube, and it was a fairly lengthy process, as it was a complete, unedited video of how it actually occurred. It was about a20 minute video, but had dead air, as in drinks breaks, minor conversations, no one on court, etc.
Am I better off editing it and removing the dead zones, and re uploading the actual action footage/
I ask as I have just been diagnosed with a spinal (vertebra) issue and I am not sure if I will ever play again, let alone feel it was worth putting on video.
Any suggestions?
Sorry to hear that! Hopefully it can be fixed and you'll be back on the court soon!
 

gregor.b

Professional
SinjinCooper, Friday at 9:40 PM Report New
The artist's first duty is always to the self.

Turn off or ignore ratings and reviews, and enjoy it for what it was meant to be.

Hope you recover. Stay positive!

S&V-not_dead_yet, Saturday at 8:05 AM Report New

I have recently uploaded a video to not me but ... tube, and it was a fairly lengthy process, as it was a complete, unedited video of how it actually occurred. It was about a20 minute video, but had dead air, as in drinks breaks, minor conversations, no one on court, etc.
Am I better off editing it and removing the dead zones, and re uploading the actual action footage/
I ask as I have just been diagnosed with a spinal (vertebra) issue and I am not sure if I will ever play again, let alone feel it was worth putting on video.
Any suggestions?
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Thanks for the support guys. Admittedly, it is a little tough trying to stay positive with all the comments (mostly negative) and lecturing I am currently receiving from "well-wishers", experts and friends.

Cheers,

Greg.
 
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