NLP Update 3: Tools, Types, Tutorials, Techniques and Trial

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    • I am using Windows Live Movie Maker. It’s not very complicated and lots of fun. I can get really caught up with all of the editing features. If you try it, here’s a tip that will make your life a whole lot easier–before posting to YouTube, you have to convert the file from wlmp to wmp.

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  1. After watching your video I am not only impressed in how well your NLP is coming along, but I am also hungry! I find it fascinating how much patience and attention to detail this takes; much like teaching! Keep up the great work!

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