A C40-8 led M338 train is shown in four different but synchronized views as it speeds along the Freeport subdivision.
The train first approaches in the top left view while the top right frame shows the same action from a distance. After the power runs by, it can be seen departing in the bottom left frame. Finally seconds later, the train appears in the bottom right frame as it passes over Deer Creek. There's a break in the action to move forward to where the DPU appears before the end of the train is shown.
I recently purchased a plug-in for my Sony Vegas Studio video editor. It makes the setting up of video "windows" much simpler. At a sale price so I grabbed it. And, of course, I wanted to try out this new toy. But what to use it on? Then I remembered that I had recently videoed this M338 train with four cameras running simultaneously. So after experimenting with the software for a while, I came up with this. Something different and I hope that you like it. This certainly won't be an everyday thing assuming I try one again.
My regular edited video of this train: youtube.com/watch?v=_Mz-sVrOHzg
Plug-in: NewBlue Video Essentials VI Picture Grid
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