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Fall Product Video

This video is a delightful and sometimes funny story about a Girl Scout troop’s participation in the fall product sale.  It represents an excellent example of a totally girl-led experience from start to finish, while demonstrating the 5 Skills learned with participation in the product program: Goal Setting, Decision Making, Money Management, People Skills and Business Ethics!

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Here is the link to the four video formats: https://files.secureserver.net/0fshfJluz5XxQB 

Please remind everyone receiving the links that they must open the file and find the right video format for their needs (iPad, IPhone = m4v or mp4, Windows based PC = WMV, Mac computer = .mov). ALL FILES MUST BE DOWNLOADED TO THE SPECIFIC DEVICE IN ORDER TO PLAY.

.MOV

QuickTime Format (.mov)
The QuickTime format is compatible with both Mac and Windows platforms, and can be played on an Apple QuickTime player.

MP4
MP4 Format (.mp4)
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WMV
Windows Media Video Format (.wmv)
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M4V
M4V video file format is developed by Apple Inc., who uses it to flag as a video file and attach it to iTunes, by encoding movies, and music videos in the iTunes Store under official DRM copy protection. M4V file format is generally used by iPhone, iPod, PlayStation Portable, etc. Nowadays, Apple’s products like the iPod, iPhone, and iTunes Store, are booming rapidly, so M4V files are becoming more commonly used.