I finally suffered threw rendering the 'DISCOVERING A NEW WORLD' at 2.5x & have set it to music and finally rendered it into roughly thirty minute segments! Now all I need to do is wake up early enough when the house is still quiet and attempt to record some voice over for a the post roll, create both the pre and post roll's themselves and then re-render everything out. Let me now state this isn't the best way of going about things but I'm still green at this.
... In hindsight, what I can see so far that I should have done is this. I should have taken all the clips and the 2.5x speed effect to them, then set my markers for logical breaks near every thirty minute interval. Find the music I wanted to set it to and make sure there aren't any odd pauses or transitions I wasn't ware of and then render it out. Now here is my question of sorts I wonder if I should also pre-make my pre and post rolls and insert them in front of and after each break marker. I know I could do this, but it would also make a mess out of everything as well unless I can select my in and out and import that from that project and into another and keep flip flopping back and forth. but honestly that also sounds very time intensive as well.
Also I know I have had some conversations with people about how I set up Camstudio, this is now a mute point for me. I switched some time ago to 'Debut Video Capture Software' which is made by NCH Software, I wanted to use it for awhile to see both how it performed in general and how over all versatile it was. It isn't free but it's cheap! and it barely impacts my system while recording two 1080p monitors at 60 fps in H.264 at full quality with beautifully small file sizes. As in under 500MB's per one hour of footage. IF DV or Lossless is your thing and you have the hard drive space for it, as far as I can tell if you have the encoders, the program can record in it.
Now here is the bigger question does anyone actually read my journals, lol.