My first VideoPad Editor Project

CD55

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I bought the Home Edition.
I have never used editing software
I think this version will be enough to get me started.
At first glance it seems fairly easy to use and made uploading to YouTube seamless.
I am going to try to figure out how to inlay my rear camera into my videos.
The reactions of the drivers behind me were amusing to review.
I think a good spot would be up at the top like a rear view mirror
Now would probably be a good time to crack open the manual :)

 
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you should edit the title of the youtube video to be DNR Trucking Fail... and maybe forward it to them.
 

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I thought the 'jeep' could be an escort vehicle.
generally, escort vehicles have large signs/banners on the bumpers, as well as flashing yellow lights on the roof. if it's a wide or high load, they'll also have flags sticking out the sides or a pole sticking up to check clearances before the actual truck gets there.

there was one notable "load" that didn't have an escort vehicle or "oversize load" signage... then again it wasn't exactly moving very fast.. and it had escort PEOPLE instead. :D



even though the truck only went like 1-2 mph across that bridge, i can't imagine how hot the brakes got when it was done... 150 tons at that speed is a hell of a lot of energy to dissipate! course now that i think about it, the "trailer" probably had its own electric brakes, just like any trailer over about 1000 lbs will.
 
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