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How to Get Proof of Santa Claus on Video

Updated on October 9, 2012
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Catching Santa in Your Home Has Never Been So Easy

For hundreds of years, kids have tried to catch a glimpse of Santa Claus delivering gifts in their home at night. Yet somehow he always manages to slip in and out without being seen.

But the world has changed. Nowadays we have 24-hour video surveillance cameras, web cams and all kinds of high-tech gadgets that can capture images when no one else is around. And, yes, there's now even a way to capture proof of Santa on video. It's easy, and this article can tell you how to do it.

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Make a Video of Santa in Your Home

Are your kids starting to wonder if Santa is real? If so, a video of St. Nick delivering gifts in your home should convince them Santa Claus really did deliver those gifts while they were sleeping.

It's easy to do. First, grab your camcorder and let your kids know that you're going to be setting it up to take video all night long. Set it up by the tree, turn it on, and then send the kids to bed. Once you're sure they're asleep, turn off that camcorder before the battery dies and turn on your computer instead.

Now go straight to The Santa Video. Upload a photo of the room where Santa delivers gifts in your home (make sure to take one of these beforehand!), select one of the available Santa videos, and let the magic of technology amaze you. You'll see Santa delivering Christmas presents right in your house!

It only takes a few minutes to create a video of Santa in your house, and it doesn't take any special skills to make a video that will amaze everyone in the family. With Santa proof like this, your kids' doubts about St. Nick should be shelved for at least another year.

But for best results, it's a good idea to visit the site before Christmas and take a few notes. For instance, in some of the videos, Santa is eating chocolate chip cookies. So you don't want to leave out Oreo cookies on Christmas Eve! In others, Santa is delivering a red package. So you might want to wrap a present that looks just like Santa's and make sure it's under the tree on Christmas Day.

With a little preparation, you'll get the best results, and your kids will be amazed to see this proof of Santa Claus on video!

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    • Sherry Hewins profile image

      Sherry Hewins 

      5 years ago from Sierra Foothills, CA

      That's really fun, I don't have any young kids, but I may do it anyway. Voted up and shared!

    • moonlake profile image

      moonlake 

      6 years ago from America

      What a good idea if I had any younger children in the family I would do this. We once had Santa come to the house in his sleigh. Kids loved it. Voted uP you told me something on this hub I didn't know about.

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