Finally – a good video – of Discus

I have been working hard at getting the right graphics for the various sites I update for fish. The problem has always been that the ambient noise is always captured rather than being able to get a nice sound track. But, with my newest video camera I was able to find a program that replaces the audio track from a .mts file and exports the results as an .avi file.

From there is is a snap to get the format changes to a .flv file for uploading to the web, my original video site – and even to YouTube as well.

Here it is for viewing directly from the video site:

Enjoy some video of the king of “freshwater fish” – Symphysodon sp the discus


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