Keen to try putting up my own movie, I rushed home on Friday and attacked my computer via Lynda.com. I discovered I could do a screen capture. The equipment was already on board. And so I did, and thus it grew up (more precicesly down) into a presentable (newbie catagory) movie. I used photoshop to colour a zoomporphic letter I had designed. All excitment, I got a you tube account, I got ready to go....I stopped. Photoshop was in the screen shot. Being a regular visitor to the Law Library I knew Adobe would have something pertinent to say about their program in my movie. I had put them in the credits, but something told me Adobe might be a trifle more picky than that. And they are. Not only do they require that I show the full screen shot, I had cut in close to show the development of illuminating the zoomporphic, but they require I show you the whole 17.07 minutes! Grrrr. Okay, Photoshop couldn't be in the shot, so it wouldn't be in the shot. I had to save every frame separately, but I am nothing if not obsessive when I want a project to work. And having made two movies, I am now familiar with imovie basics.