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Good tutorial articles on extracting still images from videos

If you are presenting videos on web pages for people to download it might be a good idea to give an overview of the video by displaying some screenshots from the video. This way your site visitors do not have to download videos they are really not interested in saving your network bandwidth and your visitors’ time.

Here is the list of articles I looked at and learned how to use these free available softwares to extract still images for my videos. By the way, it’s time consuming to go through so many articles online since some of them really don’t help you much.

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June 16, 2008 Posted by | How Tos, Video | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Tips on how to import videos that taped in Sony HandyCam DCR-HC40

For some reasons I lost my handycam’s accessories and even the software, and I asked around for help on import videos recorded on Sony DCR HC40, and I did googling/yahooing for the helps and even http://esupport.sony.com, not much luck. After chatting with one of my friends and he sugguests me to buy a USB from Frys’. Finally I bought a USB Digital Audio/Video Cable, however, there are still many steps left for me to figure out on how to get my videos out from the camcorder. After some hours of search, here is how I get it work with Windows Movie Maker on Windows XP: Continue reading

June 12, 2008 Posted by | Camera | , , , , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments