How do I record a video and then save to upload to Youtube?
I have the Sony VAIO Personal Web Cam. It works great as a webcam during live chat, but I would like to know if there is a program built in on Windows Vista (or if there is another way to go about this, including buying a low cost software) that would allow me to record videos of myself on the webcam that can be saved as video files (which I will then upload to Youtube). Thanks SO much for your help.
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Certianly you can. It's just a matter of getting them uploaded. I actually have a program on my lappy called CyberLink YouCam that will automatically upload any video you make with your cam to youtube. However, I don't use a logitech webcam, mine's integrated.
Regardless, you can do it easily. If I recall correctly when I used a logitech quickcam, the software allowed you to save a video as .avi, which you can upload to YouTube and it will auto convert it to .flv. Research is showing that YouTube will allow the following extensions: .avi, .mov, and .mpg.
Here's a nifty little link that will walk you through the process: http://www.webvideozone.com/public/308.cfm