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RE: Is this forum dying?

Well Sage you are way too sensitive and in need of a rewarding fishing trip and get out of that camper. It is calming and good for the soul. Cheers to the brave. I agree with you there! I have seen some take offense at the craziest things. Then they come back with double the called for venom, escalating rather than defusing. Tangent: Have left fishing behind. Prefer putting the dogs in the back seat of the side x side and going for a drive in the woods. Double tangent: Made it out to Nevada/Utah (not Reno-sorry) in 2012. Loved the desert. Want to go back and rent an off-road machine. Triple: Thank you for your service. My son just got out.
SageCrispin 02/12/22 09:51am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Is this forum dying?

I would say trolls don't go away by themselves. :W And we thank you guys for that! But there are plenty of them alive and well on here - I've seen it today in several posts. They operate just within the rules so they can't be touched. Most of them probably don't even know they've been reduced to troll status and that their post's garner little respect. There is competition from other RV, camping/travel forums and other social media plus lack of interest and not because of a few trolls. Amazing that a few are freaking out over a few trolls. Go fishing and get a And there you have it. Anybody says anything and someone has to come back in a very much less than polite manner-"...freaking out...get a..."-and down goes the conversation. Many, myself included, have blamed the heavy handed moderators, but I think it comes down to the membership more-so. My son bought a Forest River and I started checking out their forum. There is far, far less conflict over there. Even though I am a class A owner, the bulk of my RV reading time is spent enjoying their conversations, resulting in much less time spent here.
SageCrispin 02/10/22 08:56am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Video Editing Software

I guess the decision has been made by the OP, but I'll chime in anyway, mostly in defense of Resolve. For TL;DR people: I agree that Davinci Resolve is the editor of choice for higher end capabilities. The free version has massive power, and the one time paid version is far below the price of the Adobe Premiere subscription. More to say: On the other hand, I started with Vegas when it was originally built by Sonic Foundry, followed it to Sony and now on to Magix. I love Vegas (consumer and pro) and always recommend it to any seeking a lower cost editor. It seems far more intuitive than any of the others including the free open source offerings. For many years I used HitFilm (free and pro) and found it worked well, but the lack of documentation finally drove me to Resolve. I still think HitFilm (especially the free version) is a viable alternative for basic editors. Just skip all the special effects talk. Similar to Resolve, you don't have to use all the power. They both work just fine for the basics. You don't have to learn all there is to know just to create relatively simple vids. On the very basic front, iMovie and Windows Photo are the built in creators. (Before you all jump on me-NO, Windows Movie Maker is no longer supported/available. It has been depreciated in favor of Windows Photo. See HERE) These both work, but most will outgrow them very quickly if you do more than one or two videos a year. FWIW, Sage
SageCrispin 11/17/21 09:42am Technology Corner
RE: Garmin Basecamp Problems

I've been going to chime in on this to suggest you start in Google maps, import that route to Basecamp, and then to your device. It is a bit of round-about, but many find Google easier to use. Now I'd suggest you look at K and I's link. His episode 10 discusses just this method. Admittedly I fast forwarded through it, but he does seem to get the job done, though it is in excruciating detail. He really spends a great deal of time analyzing errors and how to correct them. If you can tolerate the slow pace, I think this recommendation from K and I is an excellent one.
SageCrispin 11/06/21 08:15am Truck Campers
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