capturing video?

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  1. aye5882

    aye5882 Guest

    what program do you use to capture video? i recorded myself hitting tonight and used adobe premiere to capture the video in quicktime. i got a minute's worth of groundstrokes but its 250mb!! anyone know how to compress or maybe use another program?? :confused: thanks!
     
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  2. RogerFan

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    you can use "Ulead VideoStudio 9", and then select Xvid, DivX, or what ever you want.
     
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  3. Tennis Ball Hitter

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    http:// www. library.georgetown.edu/dept/gelardin/guides/video/

    tried that?
     
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  4. nViATi

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    i think there is an option in premiere that lets you compress. i haven't used it for a while so i dont remember. read the manual!!!
     
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  5. matchpoints

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    Is the site down or something?
     
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  6. predrag

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    Final Cut for Mc

    Regards, Predrag
     
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  8. ShooterMcMarco

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    i just used windows movie maker to capture mine and dl'ed other software to make conversions. i still don't have a program that can convert to quicktime, well a free one at least hehe.
     
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  9. Duzza

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    Saved mine as AVI which makes it from 200 mb to 10 mb
     
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  10. chroix

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    premier should give you options for your output size. see if there is an export for web option. if you are on a mac try iMovie. if you are not, buy a Mac.
     
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