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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-16-2008, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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Let's just assume a person had a license or permission to go to one of these woodworking sites and record a video clip.

I downloaded a program on a trial basis called Wm Recorder. I can't make heads or tails of it.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-16-2008, 10:58 PM
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It will not work in youtube if that's what you're asking.
you have to cut and paste that url in the url section and give the file a name and click record. that's all there's to it.
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Is it hard to find he ULR info.

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Hi SB

Take care YouTube is the place they keep Virus stored..
Plus putting video streaming on your HD is a quick way to crash your PC with a VIRUS,

If You open the door to a server and they hang on and jump in on the tail end..

take care have all your safe guards in place and running...


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YouTube ones are easy to download. The others are the tough ones. Router is still my name, are you happy with the recorder I mentioned. What are UlRs and how do I find them?

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In this case, URL is the link where the video stream is located and played from.
Depending on the browser youíre using, On some videos, if you right click you get the option save target as but also you can see the url where the video is being downloaded from and when you move your mouse over the video. Or when you click the video itself to play it, in the top it will show the url.
But since I only use Netscape, not sure if these features are the same in IE.

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are you happy with the recorder I mentioned. What are URLs and how do I find them?
I had downloaded the demo awhile back just to try it and didn't like it but since I donít download any videos I had removed it from my system.
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SB, Have you tried any screen capture programs ? I use one called SnagIt for images. I can make a box around anything on the screen and save in any format. But the quality is only as good as what you saw on the screen. It will also capture any video on the screen and gets the audio through your mic and speakers. So it will pick up any other noise in the room. I've not used it much for video as I do not have a mic hooked up.

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Very often you can download video with sound using RealPlayer.

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