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Re: Website update - AR Engineering [Re: autoxcuda] #3064081
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YouTube has a built in editor which I've now used a few times. I don't really know how to use it and I wouldn't call it very intuitive. I've also used the video editor that is built into Windows 10. It seems a little easier to use than the YouTube one. And I got a free download from Microsoft called Clipchamp which I've played with a little bit but don't understand it yet.

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Originally Posted by AndyF
YouTube has a built in editor which I've now used a few times. I don't really know how to use it and I wouldn't call it very intuitive. I've also used the video editor that is built into Windows 10. It seems a little easier to use than the YouTube one. And I got a free download from Microsoft called Clipchamp which I've played with a little bit but don't understand it yet.


Thank you for the info and insight.

Re: Website update - AR Engineering [Re: autoxcuda] #3064184
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I'm continuing to make and post videos on a regular basis. I'm using some of the simple editing techniques to trim away dead space from the videos but I haven't done anything else yet. I could make title pages and introduction slides and that kind of stuff but I haven't done it yet. Here is a link to my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoSY4bQ7I23XK834NLVTC9w

Re: Website update - AR Engineering [Re: AndyF] #3066972
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I worked with a photographer to build me a new banner photo so I'm gradually getting the building blocks in place.

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Re: Website update - AR Engineering [Re: AndyF] #3067043
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Looks like I'm buying more tools


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I'm not familiar enough with the editing tools that she used but I don't think the setup was very expensive. I'm going to have her edit more car pictures for me since the first ones came out super nice. The pictures were good before she edited them but after she worked them over they really, really popped off the page. Well worth the price she charged.

I'll check to see if she wants to edit more pictures. I think she could make money editing car pictures for guys who are either selling their cars or maybe they just want a few really nice pictures of their car to hang on the wall or to use on Facebook or as a screen saver.

Re: Website update - AR Engineering [Re: AndyF] #3067242
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Long time viewer of your channel, and even longer time customer of your products. Would it be possible to do some videos on adjusting valves? There's next to nothing out there on this except ball stud stuff. I'd like to see how someone who knows what they are doing does it


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Re: Website update - AR Engineering [Re: metallicareload] #3067269
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Yeah that is a possibility. I never adjust valves myself but Paul, the owner at Gray's Automotive does it so often that he doesn't even think about it. He goes so fast I get confused watching him. Guys tow their cars over to his shop so he can adjust the valves before heading to the track.

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iagree absolutely! I have never seen someone else do it, so to see that I think it would be helpful


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Re: Website update - AR Engineering [Re: AndyF] #3067416
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Originally Posted by AndyF
Yeah that is a possibility. I never adjust valves myself but Paul, the owner at Gray's Automotive does it so often that he doesn't even think about it. He goes so fast I get confused watching him. Guys tow their cars over to his shop so he can adjust the valves before heading to the track.



Not to change the subject, are you still making the heater fan delete plates.? Ordered through Mancini and after 5 weeks they refunded my money stating not available.

Re: Website update - AR Engineering [Re: metallicareload] #3067506
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Originally Posted by metallicareload
iagree absolutely! I have never seen someone else do it, so to see that I think it would be helpful
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Re: Website update - AR Engineering [Re: dart4forte] #3067631
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Originally Posted by dart4forte
Originally Posted by AndyF
Yeah that is a possibility. I never adjust valves myself but Paul, the owner at Gray's Automotive does it so often that he doesn't even think about it. He goes so fast I get confused watching him. Guys tow their cars over to his shop so he can adjust the valves before heading to the track.



Not to change the subject, are you still making the heater fan delete plates.? Ordered through Mancini and after 5 weeks they refunded my money stating not available.


AR329 heater fan delete panel? I have them in stock. I ship them to Mancini all the time. Must have been some screw up. Maybe someone wrote down the wrong part number or something. Call them back and ask them to drop ship the part if they say they don't have them in stock; https://arengineering.com/products/block-off-plate-heater/

Re: Website update - AR Engineering [Re: AndyF] #3067665
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Re: Website update - AR Engineering [Re: dart4forte] #3067707
08/13/22 05:49 PM
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Sorry about that, I don't know why that happened. I have plenty of those on the shelf and I haven't run out of stock on them all year.

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