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  1. #501

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    Thank you, Matt and Matt! @mch1984 @Slaphppy7 The tank looked huge at the seller's house. It looks tiny in our garage. lol But I'm happy to have it and may have even made a new fish friend in town. The guy had several large tanks with cichlids. He's interested in SW, but hasn't made the leap yet. His wife friended my on Facebook so we could keep in touch.

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    Wooooooo! Congrats on the tank, Rebecca!

    Matt, yeah, you just download it either on your computer or your phone. I have it on my phone. Once you create a project it will give you options for saving/sharing etc. I think the first time you select Youtube from the sharing options it has you provide your login details. It's been a long time since I originally set my up so I don't remember all the parts to it, but I'm pretty sure it just asks for user name and password. After that initial login it is seamless and you shouldn't have to login each time. Once you're logged in and choose the Youtube option, it will take you to a screen where you enter in your title, description, tags, etc and choose the resolution you want to upload in. I don't really mess with any of that, except for the resolution portion. I still like to add a soundtrack to my vids so I do all the title editing and stuff on Youtube's main site once the video is uploaded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluewaterBoof View Post
    Wooooooo! Congrats on the tank, Rebecca!

    Matt, yeah, you just download it either on your computer or your phone. I have it on my phone. Once you create a project it will give you options for saving/sharing etc. I think the first time you select Youtube from the sharing options it has you provide your login details. It's been a long time since I originally set my up so I don't remember all the parts to it, but I'm pretty sure it just asks for user name and password. After that initial login it is seamless and you shouldn't have to login each time. Once you're logged in and choose the Youtube option, it will take you to a screen where you enter in your title, description, tags, etc and choose the resolution you want to upload in. I don't really mess with any of that, except for the resolution portion. I still like to add a soundtrack to my vids so I do all the title editing and stuff on Youtube's main site once the video is uploaded.
    Well I'm starting to think the issue is that I recorded in 4k, and the file is so big nothing likes it. I plugged my phone into my laptop and it shows every picture and video except that one. I may have to shoot one more time in 1080 and see if that's the problem

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    One of the guy's cichlid tanks. I got distracted and didn't get pics of the other 3 (or maybe 4) tanks. There were lots of fluffy little dogs to pet and fish to see and price negotiations on the 65g. Lots of talking. We were there almost an hour. I love the lights he made to suspend over the tank. It's in their kitchen and dining space and I thought the use of the colanders was pretty darn clever and a little kitschy, which I love.


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    Quote Originally Posted by showmebutterfly View Post
    One of the guy's cichlid tanks. I got distracted and didn't get pics of the other 3 (or maybe 4) tanks. There were lots of fluffy little dogs to pet and fish to see and price negotiations on the 65g. Lots of talking. We were there almost an hour. I love the lights he made to suspend over the tank. It's in their kitchen and dining space and I thought the use of the colanders was pretty darn clever and a little kitschy, which I love.
    http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...823cd4d0c1.jpg
    That's a nice tank, and I kind of like the lights too.

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    Thank you, Andre @BluewaterBoof I've been looking for an editing app, so I'm glad you've recommended one for Matt. I may try it out as well.

    @mch1984 I'm sorry you're having so much trouble with the video. I feel a bit responsible since you were trying to make the video for me and the hubs. I hope we're not causing you too much aggravation. Not that I don't like aggravating my fishy friends, but technical difficulties are not the fun kind of aggravating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by showmebutterfly View Post
    Thank you, Andre @BluewaterBoof I've been looking for an editing app, so I'm glad you've recommended one for Matt. I may try it out as well.

    @mch1984 I'm sorry you're having so much trouble with the video. I feel a bit responsible since you were trying to make the video for me and the hubs. I hope we're not causing you too much aggravation. Not that I don't like aggravating my fishy friends, but technical difficulties are not the fun kind of aggravating.
    Not at all, any time spent messing with, talking about, or working on my fish tanks is fun. It's pretty much my only hobby and my entire family's life is pretty much entrenched in it. They don't tend to mind, or have just accepted their fate lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by showmebutterfly View Post
    I had the hubs read all this and look at the pic. He said he sort of understands what y'all are talking about. lol If we go with a sump, he's willing and able to help with the plumbing.
    Standpipe on left side is cut slightly shorter so that the water drains down that one instead of both. Backup drain on the left to be plumbed separately. If the main drain becomes plugged, the water level in the overflow chamber will start rising. Once it rises to the height of the secondary drainís standpipe, it will start draining through that secondary system instead of just spilling over the edge of the overflow chamber and making a mess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluewaterBoof View Post
    Standpipe on left side is cut slightly shorter so that the water drains down that one instead of both. Backup drain on the left to be plumbed separately. If the main drain becomes plugged, the water level in the overflow chamber will start rising. Once it rises to the height of the secondary drain’s standpipe, it will start draining through that secondary system instead of just spilling over the edge of the overflow chamber and making a mess.

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    This is correct, except I would suggest one thing different. I would drop the level of the main drain by a couple of inches. If it's deeper in the overflow, there is less chance of any air being sucked into causing the loud noises. Honestly if you could just take the entire piece of tubing out of one side and leave the other I would do that.

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    Well, Matt... I think you should include an illustration with that idea. Are you really going to let Andre outdo you like that?!
    BTW Andre, your drawing skills are getting really good!

    Quote Originally Posted by mch1984 View Post
    This is correct, except I would suggest one thing different. I would drop the level of the main drain by a couple of inches. If it's deeper in the overflow, there is less chance of any air being sucked into causing the loud noises. Honestly if you could just take the entire piece of tubing out of one side and leave the other I would do that.

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