After a bit of mucking about on my borrowed Mac (yeah, iMovie) I just posted the first video with my new Ohana sopranino ukulele.
I have to say that iMovie makes it a snap to edit, add titles, etc. but damn it's a bear to get it to spit out a file that's right for YouTube. Out of the five "default" choices on the export menu four shrink the vid down and reduce the clarity so badly that all the nice, crisp titles were blurry. The fifth one sends out a nice, clean file, as long as you don't mind it being about six times the size of the original that came out of your camera!
Turns out that an acceptable one can be done by going to the "Expert Settings" choice and then selecting "Broadband - medium" as your level. Next vid I'm going to try the iMovie - HD version. According to a Google search you're supposed to be able to export mpeg4 files from that. We'll see.
So, with no more ado, here's my version of Teddy Bear's Picnic.
You can click the link above to watch it on YouTube if the embedded video doesn't work for you.
I've also put up a pdf with the arrangement. Bear (ahem) in mind that it's for D tuning. You can either play the shapes as shown and just be a whole step lower (kind of the opposite of how I did it) or you can transpose. I suppose with sufficient bribery I could be convinced to put up a similar pdf in the same key (Bm... or do they call it D?) but for C tuning.