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PostPosted: Sat Jul 23, 2005 9:34 pm 
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PLease could someone tell me if it is possible to post video footage.


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you sure can, I did it here

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2005 5:59 am 
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You can see what's allowed if you click "Add an Attachment", then "Allowed Extensions and Sizes".


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Thanks. I don't have anything at the moment but it's handy to know for the future.


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I'd like to know that, too (+ software used). Thanks


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Sorry not to answer sooner. I don't check this bit very often (yes, I realise I should never have started this topic here).
I was using a JVC mini DV camcorder. I then transferred footage to my computer using Inter Video WinDVD creator (any video making software would do). I was also able to cut it down and save it to file ready for uploading to Google Video and Rapidshare. Now however I am using a Samsung i5 digimax digital stills camara with an mpeg4 facility. This allows you to record reasonable quality video directly to a memory card which I then slot into my computer. I still have to edit it a bit but it's a lot easier than messing around with wires and waiting while the footage is transferred.


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