Question about Vivitar ViviCam X327 Digital Camera
You should be able to transfer the video files from your camera's memory card either using the USB cable or more simply by taking the card out of the camera and putting it into a card reader attached to the computer. Many computers have memory card readers built in these days, but if you don't have one you can buy one for SD memory cards from Poundland for a quid.
Either connecting the camera with USB cable or using a card reader, you will find the memory card appears as a drive in Windows "Your Computer". Just copy the files from it. You may have to negotiate file folders to get to them, or Windows may pop up a box asking what you want to do with the newly discovered drive.
Editing and converting videos is a large subject, which you will have to put in some time learning, but getting the files onto your computer should be simple.
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doyou have a youtube account ?
Open Windows Live Movie Maker or the video editing software of your choosing.
Add a picture to your film reel by clicking the "Add Photos and Video" option.
Browse for a picture on your computer that is relevant to the song you are uploading.
For instance, if uploading one of your band's songs, it would be a good idea to use a photo of your band performing.
Click on the "Add Music" tab on the task bar.
Browse for the song that you intend to upload and import it. Select the "Fit to Music" option to ensure that your video will run for the duration of the audio file that you chose.
Choose the bitrate that you feel is needed for the file, and export the video as a .wmv (Windows Media Video) file using your program's built-in encoder.
Keep in mind that the higher the quality of a file is, the longer it will take to upload to YouTube's servers.
Open your web browser and navigate to YouTube. From the home page, click on the "Upload Video" link. In the pop-up window, browse to the video that you have just created and upload it.
The uploading process will begin automatically.
Tag your songs by entering keywords in the blank field that appears after your upload completes.
Choose words that pertain to the song, such as the name of the artist and the title of the song. T
his will make it easier for others to find your music.
Share your music with your friends and family by clicking the "Share" button underneath your video.
You will be given a URL link to your video, which you can copy and paste into emails or Facebook profiles.
hope this helps
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