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Old 08 January 2004, 12:13   #41
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im assuming you need to upload the video in to a video uploader on the web.(do free ones exist)

and then put it into the image tags so that it loads.

am i right?
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Old 08 January 2004, 12:17   #42
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don't have a clue
I was just thinking uploading the vid file on one of my web sites in a file and then putting a link to the file.
Will try it see if it works and if it does ........... there will be some very racing videos to come!!
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Old 08 January 2004, 12:19   #43
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Have you got a video of one of those boats coming up the beach at 30 knts?
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Old 08 January 2004, 13:55   #44
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You need the video file to be something like an Mpeg (viewed easily by windows media player) or a Flash file (this is more compressed, and can be set up so if the viewer doesn't have Flash player, he can download it free)
These files then need to be uploaded to a server just as Manos said, then a simple URL link to it.
Alternatively, you can embed a flash link into a post which will play the video as soon as you open the page/post, the default setting for flash loops the vid, so until you close the page, it keeps playing.

have a look at this

It's 5 meg, so will take a while to load, it's living on one of my other web sites, with a link from BM

or try this one
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Old 08 January 2004, 14:06   #45
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Yep is about right. Now I have to upload the video on to the pc and edit it. It looks like I'll be on it all night )
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Old 08 January 2004, 14:19   #46
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Yep is about right.
I'm glad you've verified i'm right Manos, it's a huge privilege to have your endorsment.
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Old 08 January 2004, 14:52   #48
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Yeah and can we increase the size of pics we can post here. I got a 6.1mp digital camera for Xmas and on superduper large detail level the jpg files are 18mb each

Trouble is now I need a more powerful computer than my Tesco's 600mhz Celeron,.
You think thats bad Alan. i use film but scan the Negs to produce digital images on max res at 4000x4000 pixels (16Meg) these produce 70MB files!!!
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You think thats bad Alan. i use film but scan the Negs to produce digital images on max res at 4000x4000 pixels (16Meg) these produce 70MB files!!!
One question is uppermost in my mind......why?
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Why What
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