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qualtity videos on web page or blog?


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calehuff

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I would like to put qualtity videos on my web page and on my blog, also send them e-mail. What might I need to accompolish same? I have a digital video camera and am using windows XP...
Please e-mail me with suggestions...D
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Major Payne

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Try using this to generate the code for your videos to add to your web page(s):

Embedded Media HTML Generator

Sending them by email is another matter. Outlook Express allows you to add html code if you are in the view source mode for email you send. Video then displays in email when received unless email recipient has text or no images options selected.

Using your video camera, you will need to install video capture hardware/software to do this. You should be able to compress video to resonable size consistant with the quality you want.

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Use h.264 with a .mp4 or .mov extension for video that is quite compatible but will look stunning... and it is easy to find apps that encode to h.264; plus if you do it right it will play on an ipod!
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Video in email wont work, nowadays most ISP's use spamassassin to check the emails for spam. And your emails with videos in them will probably be turned down and deleted before they even reach the recipient due to it being classified as spam. Even if you email address is in the recipients contact list.

It would be best to send a link to the video rather than the video being embedded in the email. Much safer and you wont be classified as a spammer.
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