In this paper, we propose MDNNiSF (Multimodal Deep Neural Network with image Sequence Features) for generating a sentence description of a given video clip. A recently proposed model, S2VT, uses a stack of two LSTMs to solve the problem and demonstrated high METEOR. However, experiments show that S2VT sometimes produces inaccurate sentences, which is quite natural due to the challenging nature of learning relationships between visual and textual contents. A possible reason is that the video caption data were still small for the purpose. We try to circumvent this flaw by integrating S2VT with NeuralTalk2, which is for image captioning and known to generate an accurate description due to its capability of learning alignments between text fragments to image fragments. Experiments using two video caption data, MSVD and MSRVTT, demonstrate the effectiveness of our MDNNiSF over S2VT. For example, MDNNiSF achieved METEOR 0.344, which is 21.5% higher than S2VT, with MSVD.