I went home for Easter, so I took advantage of the opportunity to incorporate my pets into an assignment. I opted for the 30-second documentary. I tried to make this feel at least mildly like a clip from the discovery channel. So I decided I needed a narrator with an Australian accent. Which I do not have. So I googled text to speech, and ended up going with http://www.naturalreaders.com/index.htm. This site is good because it sounds at least somewhat like a real person. There are a few points where it sounds slightly digital, but for the most part it works. All I had to do was type the text I wanted, select an accent and speed, then download the clip using realplayer. It was surprisingly easy. I then broke up the clip into segments using Audacity. I spaced out the narration to match with the footage I got of my dog getting ready for breakfast this morning. The video of my dog came from the video feature on a standard digital camera. I edited it using Movie maker.