Is there a good way to capture short clips from online streaming videos on a Mac? [more inside]
I've been tasked with creating YouTube-quality videos using clips generated by the screen capture software applications (Camtasia and Snapz Pro X. I have to bring these clips into Adobe Premiere for editing and to add titles and audio. I can't get my head around the various resolutions at play here and how best to match them up, so rather than more rambling narrative let me ask a few direct questions; [more inside]
What are good tools for making app documentation videos, which focus on the specific region of interest? [more inside]
I want to "capture"/"record" a Google video chat between me and my folks - how do I do this? I'm on a Mac, OS 10.6.8. [more inside]
I want to develop a custom home DVR setup with some hardware I already have. [more inside]
I'm helping some friends with videoing their wedding day, yay! I have zero experience with event recording, boo! Are my noobish assumptions leading us to disaster? [more inside]
Are there any apps that capture video similar to command + shift + 4 grabs images? [more inside]
I need to record one of these broadcast feeds tomorrow morning (PDF link). What's the best way to go about this? I'm on a Mac, and I won't be home when it begins. How much hard drive space should I have available?
I'm looking for a DIY live video archiving/local-streaming solution for a small theater. [more inside]
I'm currently using this USB capture device. The sound (regardless of the source, it seems) is always tinny and weak... maybe 1/3 the volume it should be. Would putting a preamp in between the source and the card improve things? Am I resigned to mixing sound in after the fact? [more inside]
Why can't I capture video from a Sony MiniDV camera's firewire (i.link) port? [more inside]
Why does my video capture (from a VCR) look like this? I'm using the Pinnacle Moviebox 150 capture device, is it faulty? (screenshot inside) [more inside]
Does anyone know of or recommend a good flash-memory hi-def camcorder that has AV input? (ie it can also record regular/analogue video from another source, like a VCR does, though obviously it won't be in HD). Something like the Aiptek A-HD+ meets the flash/HD/AV-in criteria, but I'm hoping to find something with better optics/zoom/stabilization. [more inside]
I want to capture a small part of a long video stream from the web. And I want it in mp4. [more inside]
Decent free video screen capture *with*sound*? [more inside]
I have a Polycom VSX 7000 that we use for video conferencing. I'd like to capture video conference streams and publish to a web server (or youtube) for playback at a later time. (does not need to be in real time) What open source tools can I use to do this? Or can someone point me to a "how to" for this....
Trying to record a video card output (VGA/DVI) with this camera. What adapter do I need and how would you recommend setting it up? [more inside]
Mac osx/canon hg10 cannot get stills off camera. Video yes, stills no. We're supposed to have a baby any day now and this sucker ain't behaving (the camera-mac connection). I haven't had this kind of problem with a mac in 10 years. [more inside]
How do I extract a still from a New York Times video segment? [more inside]
How can I record video of a powerpoint/impress/etc slideshow in a format suitable for inclusion in a video podcast? Presenters use their own laptops and I have access only to a vga cable carrying the image, so screencapture tools are not a preferable option. [more inside]
Is my ThinkPad laptop capable of video capture? [more inside]
I have a VHS-C camcorder and an eMac with USB 1.1 ports (firewire ports are broken) and I am curious if the Dazzle Video Creator Platinum will allow me to use the VHS-C camcorder as a webcam on this Mac. [more inside]
I have a project coming up where I will need to capture (digitize) a full 8-10 hours of footage (to be captured on DV tape) and make DVD copies for 3 people by the end of the next day. Ok, so I know how to go from DV to MPEG2 via either Final Cut Pro (v. 5.1.4) or Avid Xpress. What I'm wondering is, is there a way to bypass capturing the footage to DV (then converting to MPEG2) and going straight from the tape to MPEG2 so I can save myself hours of encoding from DV to MPEG2 and then burning discs? [more inside]
I have: a bunch of family videos, and the two old camcorders they were taken on. I also have: a PowerBook G4. I would like to get these old videos onto DVDs, using the copy of iMovie on said PowerBook. How do I go about this? What new hardware do I need? [more inside]
What is the easiest (cheapest) way to get a series of stills from a video file? [more inside]
Does anyone know a decent real-time MPEG-2 capture program for the PC? One that produces high-quality output (as good as a standard DVD recorder), produces DVD compliant MPEG2 files, and is preferably free (or cheap). [more inside]
Software gurus: Help me scope out a video programming job, involving firewire, HDR tonemapping, autofocus and more jargon... [more inside]
What is some good software and hardware that can handle multiple channels of video/audio capture, compress the video in real time, and stream it over a Gigabit network? [more inside]
VidCapFilter:Help me get my VHS tapes onto my Powerbook! [more inside]
I am failing to find a free program that lets me capture the video/audio from a web tv stream (WMP). [more inside]
I need to capture video from a webcam for 1 min. every 30 min, for a 24 hour period. I know I could do this with a python script but --as I have very little python experience-- I am looking for an easier, point-and-click method. Are there any programs that one can set to capture a specific amount of video every x minutes over a certain period? Is there some easier/better way to script this than with the python module?
What's the best program to use for capturing video from the desktop? Say, if I wanted to provide a visual tutorial in Photoshop that I could save as a video.
I wish to capture some footage from television, edit it in final cut pro, and output it in as high a resolution as possible. [more inside]