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Making movies smaller

What is a good way of shooting movies with the camera, and then making them portable enough for email, or posting? The video quality is great, but really overkill for email. I'd like to keep frames per second and audio clean, just downsize the video size, or compress it more (even at the expense of more artifacts) Ideas?

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1. Convert video to *.avi (DV Format) 2. Use Adobe Premiere, convert to Quicktime, or Mpeg I or II, or Real Media. 3. or try Windows Media Encoder (Which is free.) 4. or MPEG4 encoding used for Sony's PSP. To make files smaller You can try 1. Reduce frame rate; 2. Reduce audio bit rate to 128 or 96kbps 3. Reduce frame size, e.g. 320x240 4. Use a mpeg4 encoder

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How to shoot a time lapse video with Nikon cool pix b500?


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I dont know how too broadcast myself


How To Broadcast Yourself On Youtube Making and sharing your own videos, sounds exciting doesn't it? However, before making plans for your next online video, you are advised to think about how the process works. This is important because it will let you know what type of equipment you will need to get started.

Before uploading and sharing you newly created online video, you will first have to shoot it. To do this, you will need video recording equipment. Video recording equipment can include camcorders, webcams, cell phones, and some digital cameras have the ability to record a few minuets of video. If you are looking to produce a quality video, you may want to think about using a camcorder or a webcam. Cell phones and digital cameras will work, but many only provide you with a limited amount of recording time and you will need a steady hand. In addition to a limited amount of time, not all digital cameras and cell phones will record sounds, although audio or commentary can be added in later.

Once you have created your online video, you will need to find a way to get it to your computer. Most recording devices, including camcorders, webcams, digital cameras, and cell phones will come with the necessary equipment. Once you hook your recording device up to your computer, your video should begin to load. However, for this to be done you will need to have movie making software installed on your computer.

When it comes to movie making software, you will likely find that your computer already has a program on it. Most computers, especially ones made within the last few years, have the software programs preinstalled. If your video does not automatically load, once your recording device is hooked up to your computer, it may be a sign that your computer does not have a movie making program. If this is the case, you will need to purchase some. Movie making software programs which can easily be purchased online or from a wide variety of different retail stores.

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The final step to making an online movie is to find an online video website that you can upload your video to. One of the most popular online video websites is YouTube.com. Simply click on upload, you will have to sign in and join by entering your details. After you follow the directions, provided by Youtube, your video will be displayed for the rest of the world to see.

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Record a short clip using your camcorder or if you have a digital camera with recording features, you can even use your mobile phone, but you need a steady hand. When you have finished, simply download your movie to your computer.

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Can my nikon e5700 shoot video?


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