Thanks for including my


Thanks for including my previous post about syncing video to audio, Jackson.


To the Annonymous poster with the question: First of all, this is brilliant! I love the idea that you have about recording your family singing happy birthday and cutting between everyone like a Karaokee type of music video. 


Since you are new to this sort of production, Here is what I would suggest:

Record each person (including your Grand Dad) on your camera with the song playing in the background so each person can sing along on time.

Then, use a program called DreamSync ( to sync each clip to the real song.

From here, you can import those synced clips into a free video editor like Windows Movie Maker, iMovie, or any other program.

I know you'll proably need to learn how to do a simple "cut", which might be difficult to a new users, so I'm willing to do it for you. For free.


But only because I think this is one of the coolest and sweetest things I've ever heard of someone do for their Grandfather. If you can get your clips in order. I'll take care of the rest for you.


Seriously, excellent concept. I would be honored to help you brighten your Grandfather's day.

Feel free to email me at and we can talk details. 


Talk soon,



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