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#1 11 years ago

Here's an interesting one. It's about the AR-15 (civilian version of the M-16) rifle. This is the background image I'd like you to use.

DSC06665.jpg

This is the foreground image. Resize as necessary, of course. Be careful to removed all the wood from the pic please.

Weapons054.jpg

Now, this part is kinda special. Below is the link to a video of a guy firing a highly customized CAR-15 type rifle on fully automatic. What I'd like is for the video to be included in the image, off to the right. Not all of it, just the shooter loading and firing the first 100 round magazine.

The last bit is just plain text, preferably in stencil font or something similar.

"The AR-15" Airsoft is for kids

Thanks ahead of time for the work, and good luck!




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#2 11 years ago

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Now, this part is kinda special. Below is the link to a video of a guy firing a highly customized CAR-15 type rifle on fully automatic. What I'd like is for the video to be included in the image, off to the right. Not all of it, just the shooter loading and firing the first 100 round magazine.

The last bit is just plain text, preferably in stencil font or something similar.

"The AR-15" Airsoft is for kids

Thanks ahead of time for the work, and good luck!

I don't see no video.

btw, isn't modifying an Ar15 to fire fully automatic illegal?




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#3 11 years ago

Sorry about that, guess it didn't copy the first time.

http://www.imisp.com/~noveske/shot3.wmv

Yes, it is highly illegal - unless you have a Class III Federal Firearms License. This means you can buy and sell firearms, own rifles with barrels shorter than 16 inches, use sound supressors (silencers, in other terms), and own fully automatic weapons. They are extremely hard to get, the back ground checks go for several months. They are also rather costly. Don't worry, the guy in the video is lucky enough to have one. He is a factory representative of Noveske Rifleworks, a company that supplies custom-built weapons to Special Forces and SWAT units all over the globe.




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#4 11 years ago

Are there any takers?




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#5 11 years ago

well the video is kinda boring and you can't fit WMV files into a sig, it ust be .mov (quicktime)




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#6 11 years ago

I can do the image no problem, but the video. It'l take time. You probably want to private a proper file type, try saving and converting. (mpeg) or something.




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#7 11 years ago

I'll try and find a converter. Thanks for letting me know.




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#8 11 years ago

I can't find the software that would work on a Mac, but here was my idea.

Open the video file with some sort of editing software. Cut out everything but the guy loading and firing the first magazine. Then save it as a .mov.

Wouldn't that work?




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#9 11 years ago

Never mind, the video aint working.




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#10 11 years ago

Bah, forget the video then.

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