First off, Welcome to our WildEarth family! I hope you will find it to be as much of a rewarding, fun and educational experience as I do!
I visited your page and saw your clip of the drive with the resting giraffe, your question, and the wild dogs and I was fascinated! Watching Rex and seeing Alex's terrific camera work - and seeing how they had to bounce around in the old Babalu back then was just great. It was also the first time I have ever see a wild dog sighting at WildEarth. Thank you for posting it!
Although I do not have the equipment myself, nor do I know how to do them, here is a link to the page for finding out how to make still picture captures, video clips, etc.:
If you scroll down you will see the helper under Videos is Aquila (Mod). She is very nice and one of our moderators who, besides being our lion historian, also helps with these questions. Just click on her name to write to her - or you can search for her page on our general members page (top menu bar).
If you are wanting to know how to make seekpoints, then Aquila (Mod) is also the person to go to. If I am not mistaken, she can give you the link to an easy to understand video that (I think!) she made, showing how to do that. I never noted the link on that and for the life of me, cannot remember exactly where I saw it! But, Aquila (Mod) can answer all of your questions about these things a lot better than I can.
KathyinWV, another co-moderator here, and I both feel that these archives are very valuable for possible future research and educational purposes. Especially now that the seekpoint archives are searchable, we are trying to document each and every single sighting by giving the full proper English name and correct Latin name of the flora and fauna sighted, at least once on each drive and at the midday and night times at Gowrie Dam. It means a lot of research and is time consuming, but we feel it is worth it!
Danielle, I don't know if all this info has helped you or not, but I sure hope so!
Greetings from Austria!
Hi Danielle... Looks like it was you who was among the missing, so welcome back to you! I'm always here, but spreading myself between WE, Omnimaxx and Facebook keeps me in this chair MUCH too much! In answer to your question, I'm on a mac, so the program I use to film the action on the drives is made just for mac. If you're on a PC, I can't help you, but if you're one of the fortunate ones in Europe who has gone mac (it's a growing number!) let me know and I'll give you the details. Meanwhile, glad to see you here at WE. There are a lot of Africamers here so you'll see a lot of familiar names!
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