Question about LifeView CapView (7201650115) Video Capture
Bought this thing back in 2001, and used it once or twice. Now, I'd like to use it again to send some video to some family. I've spent many, many hours trying to figure out how to successfully download the XP drivers, and finally managed to do it yesterday. However, I still seem to be unable to use this thing while attmepting to capture video via Microsoft Windows Movie Maker. Any help would be much appreciated.
Hi, Try this trick to get around Microsofts silly habits. [We all have come across them somewhere] Open "my documents" create a new file, name it to suit your video, plug your camera/player in and run the video into the created file. Then simply send the file as an attachment in an email. Ensure you tell the person you send it to exactly which program you used, so when they open it window's does not get confused. This can be done from MS PowerPoint/ MS Office and several others. Goodluck. mistyman
Posted on Aug 05, 2007
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