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Web Video Casting – SOUND

I did some test with the Canon Optura Xi yesterday to run through the audio capabilities and see how it performs. I have to say I am very pleased with it so far. As far as the audio is concerned I can: Manually adjust the level of the built in microphone Turn the built in […]

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Video Blogging – Vlogging

I have purchased a refurbished Canon Optura Xi to replace my trusty JVC DX7. There is only one REAL reason for this, although the Canon Optura Xi is a much better camera all round really. Anyway, there is one thing that is of paramount importance when creating a video. Whether it be web video for […]

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Web Video Casting

I have been doing a fair amount of research recently on web video casting. I have a camcorder, a JVC GR-DVX7 that I bought on a trip to New York City many years ago. The thing has been a great toy and trouble free for all these years. I have to say, I never really […]

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Flash 7 FLV

The thing about Flash player is that EVERYONE has it! It’s one of the most downloaded software programs on the planet and, of course, it’s FREE! Installed on over 500 million internet-connected desktops and mobile devices, Flash Player is the backbone of the Flash Platform and enables organizations and individuals to build and deliver great […]

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The Ubiquitous Flash Format

So while I’m researching all of this I stumble across some interesting information from Macromedia regarding the newest (then) version of Flash, which at the time was the newly released Flash 7. Turns out the Macromedia had introduced in Flash 7 the FLV (Flash Video) format. Now, ‘so what’ I hear you cry! Well, the […]

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QuickTime format

The second option that I was looking at for playing video from my client websites was QuickTime. QuickTime is Apple Computers format. Now, there are versions of the QuickTime player available for the PC running Windows. There are also versions of Windows media player and other software utilities available to run on the Mac. So […]

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Video File Buffering

So what do I mean by buffering? Well, I’m talking about it in the context of a video file being played over the internet, but this applies to an audio file too. When the file supports buffering it means that the file will be downloaded over the connection and as soon as enough is downloaded […]

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Windows Media Player

So, one of the formats I was looking at to do the video projects was obviously Windows media .wmv. This would be pretty much a no brainer as anyone with a Windows system would most likely have it and be willing to use it. Windows media player buffers the file as it plays, so it […]

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Web Video Formats

I looked into the available options at some length a while ago when I was doing two video projects for clients. At first I thought of the 2 most obvious options. Windows media – wmv QuickTime – Apple mov Both of these would be acceptable because they at least buffered the file so it would […]

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Video Blogging – Vlogging

I’ve been studying the progress of video blogging recently. I’m really interested in this technology and am finding out more about it. I did a couple of video projects for 2 customers a about 18 months ago. All of the videos were supplied to me by the client. I had to make them into suitable […]

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